Today, the Royal Institution has announced the topic of the upcoming CHRISTMAS LECTURES series: this December, Dame Sue Black will be guiding viewers through the often-misunderstood world of forensic science.
Commissioned by the Royal Institution, I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here will run a number of activities to help school students across the UK engage further with the CHRISTMAS LECTURES!
With a range of activities to suit students from ages 10 to 18, there is something for your students to get involved in the CHRISTMAS LECTURES this year:
Royal Institution Online Youth Summit
Save the date: I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here will host the Royal Institution Online Youth Summit on 2 November 2022!
Designed for students over the age of 16, this one-day conference will give students a voice to influence the contents of the televised CHRISTMAS LECTURES series. Throughout the day, students will take part in thought-provoking conversations with their peers across the country.
When your students return from their Christmas break, help them dive deeper into the topics from the televised CHRISTMAS LECTURES series!
In January 2023, school students of all ages will be able to read the profiles of people working in forensic science, send them questions, and take part in fast-paced, text-based Chats with them.
Give your KS3 and KS4 students the opportunity to develop their communication and critical thinking skills. The I’m a Scientist Debate Kit, commissioned by the Royal Institution, will allow you and your students to debate the power and limitations of forensic science.
Debate Kits contain everything you will need to facilitate a discussion with character cards designed to spark discussion and debate. The Kit requires very little preparation and will be available from January 2023.