Grade 10 Online Program
Cosmology 101 (60mins)
What is the theory of the Big Bang and what does this theory suggest about an end to our universe? Are there universes other than the one we live in? We’ll talk about some of the biggest theories and questions in and about the universe and leave your students with even more questions to explore.
See stars like you’ve never seen them before. We will take you on a journey through the life of a star, from its birth in a stellar nursery to the majestic pulse of a neutron star, and discuss how astronomers use spectroscopy to study stars and the planets that orbit them.
Programs are framed around key inquiry questions and provide opportunities for students to apply curricular competencies such as observation and questioning while developing a more in-depth understanding of key content areas. We are committed to a respectful and holistic approach to Indigenous knowledge by acknowledging the First Peoples’ Principles of Learning.
The formation of the universe can be explained by the Big Bang Theory.
Formation of the universe including: the Big Bang Theory and the components of the universe over time.
Astronomical data and collection methods: different data types are collected and analyzed as evidence to support theories about the universe.
Questioning and Predicting
Demonstrate a sustained intellectual curiosity about a scientific topic or problem of personal interest.
Planning and Conducting
Use knowledge of scientific concepts to draw conclusions that are consistent with evidence.
Consider the changes in knowledge over time as tools and technologies have developed.
Applying and Innovating
Consider the role of scientists in innovation.
Express and reflect on a variety of experiences, perspectives and worldviews through place.