Onsite Programs

Examine the structure and function of enzymes through the example of amylase
Try before you buy. Think snapchat - cats ears, long hair, spiders, halloween and so many more filters. This and other apps such as google maps and games such as Pokemon Go use augmented reality. Now it’s your turn to ‘augment’ a 2030 learning community!
Discover what is 'beneath our feet', how it got there and why it changes.
Put on your lab coat and become a scientist as you explore physical and chemical changes and solve the mystery substance challenges.
Get charged up whilst exploring electricity. Create a range of circuits and see if you can master the 'mouse trap challenge'.
Take on the challenge to adapt a simple Lego EV3 robot to make it smarter by adding and coding sensors and motors.
Explore earthquakes through virtual reality and discover how they relate to tectonic plates. Work as an engineer and a geologist to survive the quake!
Investigate the role of fire in Woowookarung Regional Park. Head out into the field and gather real time data on the impacts of fire and help build the ESRI database using GIS mapping.
Investigate forces through play based exploration of everyday items.
Be a paleontologist for a day whilst you discover fossils from millions of years ago.
Explore the geological history of one of Ballarat's oldest volcanoes and discover changes over time.
What is a turbine and why are they so important to our lives? Students explore the importance of turbines in electricity generation through hands-on challenges in which they are tasked to build a wind turbine, assemble a hydro-electric turbine and investigate how variables can impact performance.
Explore rocks and minerals and how they apply to industry and to our daily lives. Identify minerals, go core sampling and find your treasure whilst metal detecting.
Earthquakes are devastating natural disasters. Engineers hold an essential job in minimising the impact of earthquakes on people and manmade structures. Are you ready for engineering challenges of a seismic strength?
Kids are natural STEM learners and we want to encourage this curiosity and learning engagement.
Can a car talk to a house? In the future, your car might tell your house that you are five miles away and please turn on the lights and warm up the house. We are connected 24/7. Connected devices and toys can be found in most homes, and have changed how many of us go about our daily lives and how children interact and play.
Work as an analytical chemist in monitoring water quality. Use gravimetric analysis, UV-Vis Spectroscopy and Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) to analyze water.
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