Sport Science - Education Week Activity BOOKED OUT! Monday 16 May 2011 - Friday 20 May 2011
Students explore the science behind sports in this hands-on, interactive Sport Science workshop. A mix of fun and serious activities that look at heart rates after sport, the skills required to balance, and other sport-related science activities.
This one hour workshop is suitable for Years 5 to 8.
The program will be run as an interactive workshop. It will begin with a discussion with the students about types of sport science before the students get to complete several activities.
Seeing how your heart rate changes after exercise
Testing various common drinks for their glucose content
Testing how changing your centre of gravity position alters your ability to balance
Discovering the optimum force required to lift your foot out of ooblek (cornflour slime)
Students will be provided with a worksheet to fill in and questions to answer as they move around the activities.
Each session runs for 1 hour and can have a maximum of 30 students
Mon 16 May to Fri 20 May
Time arranged to suit school
(Venue must provide access to water and power)
For Bookings: Carly Siebentritt
Ph: 9252 6472
This Education Week activity is now BOOKED OUT
Portions of this program are available to hire at reasonable costs for school fetes and events after May 31st 2011. For more information email Carly.
This Education Week activity is presented by Inspiring Australia with CSIRO Education in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
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