Science Week 2022 takes place from 13th to 20th November. There are hundreds of event, activities and resources. For events near you check out the Science Week Website
Details of ESERO Ireland school resources for Science Week are below:
Radio Astronomy is the theme for the ESERO Ireland primary school Science Week resources. How do radio waves form? Where do radio waves come from in space? How do we detect these radio waves? Does human activity interfere with these waves?
The Science Week Space themed Primary Classroom Resource is called Radio Astronomy. In it we show you how to Make a Simple Radio and a Model Radio Dish with your students.
Teachers you can attend Primary Teacher CPD workshops to help you use the Radio Astronomy resource in your classrooms. Explore the world of radio astronomy in this hands-on workshop at MTU Blackrock Castle Observatory.
Our Science Week Classroom Workshops for 3rd to 6th class students are available again from Monday 14th to Friday 18th November at Blackrock Castle Observatory. Explore the world of radio astronomy in this hands-on workshop. How do radio waves form? Where do radio waves come from in space? How do we detect these radio waves? Does human activity interfere with these waves?
The ESERO Space Goes to School Science Week Programme of Speaker will open for registration shortly. This is a chance to bring real Space Industry professionals to your classroom via videoconference.
Become an astronaut for Science Week with Italian ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti. Join ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti for a week in her life on board the International Space Station (ISS). Compare her daily tasks to yours. Observe your everyday routine and discover if you could be an astronaut!
Post Primary Schools
We are delighted to announce that our Space Week Space Careers Roadshow will be a physical event taking place in The Helix, DCU, Glasnevin. The theme for the event is “Irish Companies in the Space Sector” with speakers from Ubotica and Lios confirmed. More speakers will be announced shortly.
Join us for an Online Elective workshop for Junior Cycle Science Teachers on Thursday 17th November at 6pm. We are partnering with the Junior Cycle for Teachers and Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies to offer a workshop on interpreting data from the James Webb Space Telescope. More information here