Distance LearningApplied Science in Palaeontology: Physics
Do the formulas and experiments taught in high school physics truly apply in the real world? Our palaeontologists say, "Absolutely!" What was the bite force of T. rex? How much energy was released when the asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs? Join us for an engaging program where the sciences of palaeontology and physics collide!
Toll free in North America (outside Alberta)
Toll free in Alberta
310-0000 then (403) 823-7707
Outside North America
10 - 12
Maximum 35 students
Teacher Resource Guide
|Grade 10||Science 10||Energy Flow in Technological Systems|
|Science 14||Understanding Energy Transfer Technologies|
|Grade 11||Science 20||Changes in Motion|
|Physics 20||Kinematics; Dynamics; Circular Motion, Work and Energy|
|Grade 12||Science 20||Energy and the Environment|
|Physics 30||Interest in Science; Collaboration|
U.S. National Education Standards
Many of our Distance Learning programs meet the United States National Education Standards for schools in the American education system. Programs with specific curriculum connections are available for students K-12.
Download the U.S. National Education Standards PDF here.
Watch as fossils found right here in Alberta are prepared by our technicians for research and display.
Palaeontology as a Career
Discover what it takes to become a palaeontologist.
Enjoy hands-on learning and make your own fossil replica.