About the Session
From an enormous protein structure to plaster casts of chicken heads, students will see models spanning different scientific fields, dating from the 18th century to the 20th. They will learn about the importance of models in scientific investigations and discoveries throughout Biology, Chemistry and Physics. They will analyse the representation of concepts including electricity and genetic inheritance, have an in-depth look at the history of molecular models, and operate a mechanical model of the solar system.
Duration: Can be booked as:
A 90-minute session in the museum- please note that our maximum group size is 45 due to the small size of the museum. You can find the session outline here and our group leader notes for taught sessions here.
A 60-minute outreach session (online or in person) with ideas for activities to complete in class.
Available: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (museum sessions 10-11.30 or 1-2.30, outreach negotiable), subject to availability
How to Book
Use the "taught session" option on our booking system at calendly.com/whipplelearning to book this session.