Planet Exploration, Our Goals
What is the most alien world you can think of? Imagine visiting that world, have you ever thought about how long it would take to get there or if you would be able to survive it’s climate.
This course aims to encourage creativity by considering the things we take for granted, such as gravity, our senses and our atmosphere.
You will design and build biomes, aliens and even molecules as you use Apace to learn more about youself and the world you live in.
These Lessons will cover a range of areas and provide activities for learners, they will be specific to the Key Stage 2 and 3 Syllabus and have goals and quizzes in place to provide students with feedback and so they can measure their development. Each activity will be time bound so you know roughly how long it should take to complete as well as quizzes to reinforce what you learn.
Each Lesson will be broken down into three parts Planning and learning, Developing new ideas, Reflect and consolidating knowledge.
Key Stage Relevance
Mathematics, Science, Design and Technology, Information and Communication Technology, Geography, Art and Design. Interdependence of organisms: Look at senses organs that sense and their robotic counterparts, investigate environments and basic consumption chemistry.
Join the Space Sector
The project will create all kinds of content for use in inspiring people about the Space sector and highlight all the transferable skills that can be used.
About the All SySTEMs Go Project
The G2G Communities CIC ‘All SySTEMs Go’ project, supported by the National Science Academy (NSA) and Welsh Government uses LEGO Education Robotics and other resources to highlight the potential of STEAM related education, training and employment with regard to the new opportunities expected as part of the Welsh Space Strategy.
About the Project – G2GCommunities.org/Space-STEM/All-SySTEMs-Go