What is *Praxis?
*Praxis (noun): The process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, practised, embodied, or realized.
COOL SCIENCE FOR CURIOUS KIDS
If you have a curious toddler or preschooler at home that seems to get into everything, then this might be just the thing! This program is for care givers and their 4-6 year old children to explore and discover the world around us and gain an appreciation for the science in our everyday lives. Please click here for more information.
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DISCOVER THE UNIVERSE
These activities are back and it is now time to register. Please share this information with anyone who might be interested. And remember, all courses are offered on-line in French and English and are completely FREE! Click here for more information.
Special Webinar with Canadian Astrophotographer
Discover the Universe is happy to welcome Alan Dyer as the guest speaker for this special webinar. Alan Dyer is a well known Canadian astrophotographer, author and astronomy educator. He will talk to us about his astrophotography adventures, including many world-wide expeditions to chase solar eclipses. You will learn about different astronomical phenomena and be amazed at the beauty of his photographs. Alan will also give us information about the upcoming eclipses visible from Canada: a lunar eclipse on October 8th and a partial solar eclipse on October 23. Monday October 6th at 1pm (Eastern) - 10am (Pacific)
Workshop for Teachers
Is astronomy part of your school curriculum but you feel uncomfortable teaching it to your students? Would you like to feel more confident and better prepared to answer the many questions your students may have? If so, then this workshop is for you! During those three weeks, we will explain many astronomical concepts, while giving you tips on how to tech them, activities to use in class and access to many resources. October 20th - November 7th
Special Webinar - The TMT and the Canadian Contribution
The next generation of telescopes will have mirrors 30 or 40 meters across. Canada has been involved in the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project for many years and construction is now beginning on the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. For this webinar, our guest speaker will be Luc Simard, an astrophysicist involved with the TMT since the beginning. He will give us an overview of the project and the role Canadian astronomers are playing in this international endeavor. Wednesday November 26th at 2pm (Eastern) - 11am (Pacific)
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