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Astronomy and Education for Children 3i Grade

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"Astronomy and Education for Children 3i Grade"
Luis Barrera

Presentation of Astronomy Education experiments in Chile and Cultural Astronomy. Presented at 2nd UNAWE International Workshop.

(Date: October 2006)

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  • 1. 1 Astronomy and Education for Children 3° Grade UNAWE2006 Dr. Luis Barrera Gloria Nuñez, Gonzalo Argandoña, William Garnier, Dr. Leonardo Vanzi, Dr. Claudio Melo, Dr. Christophe Dumas, Dr. Gaël Chauvin, Dr. Laura Ventura. Leiden Oct, 12Leiden Oct, 12 Astronomy and Education for Children 3° Grade What do you know about the Universe? UNAWE2006 Santiago Sept, 28
  • 2. 2 Visual Presentation 26 images + music UNAWE2006 Santiago Sept, 28 Drawing after the Visual Presentation UNAWE2006 Santiago Sept, 28
  • 3. 3 before after Results Red: before VP Blue: after VP 7 12 3 1 1 1 1
  • 4. 4 Nº Lección Nombre Lección Contenido Aprendizaje Esperado 1 ¿Qué sabemos acerca del Universo? Buscando galaxias Tipos de galaxias Expansión del Universo • Reconocen la inmensidad del Universo • Clasifican galaxias de acuerdo a su forma. 2 3 ¿Qué sabemos acerca de nuestra galaxia? ¿Nacen y mueren las estrellas? Forma espiral Tipos de estrellas Estrellas con planetas dimensiones nebulosas de gas y de polvo proto sistema planetario colapso de estrellas • Reconocen la Vía Láctea como nuestra galaxia • Identifican al Sistema Solar como un componente más de la Vía Láctea • Identifican los diferentes tipos de estrellas de acuerdo a características visibles • Reconocen que las estrellas poseen un ciclo de vida 4 ¿El Sol es una estrella? Sistema Solar Sol Planetas y tipos de orbitas Dimensiones • Identifican algunos componentes del sistema solar: una estrella, planetas y satélites • Conocen las características del sistema solar • Ubican la posición de los planetas en relación al Sol. 5 Pequeños cuerpos del sistema solar Lunas, cometas, asteroides Dimensiones • Identifican componentes que constituyen el Sistema Solar 6 ¿Qué hay más allá de Neptuno? TNOs Cinturón de Kuiper Nube de Oort • Identifican otros componentes del universo • Reconocen la importancia de la cosmo visión de nuestros antepasados en el desarrollo de los aspectos culturales ... Mapuche Culture UNAWE2006 ANTU The Sun, KUEYEN The Moon, MELIPAL The Southern Cross, YEPUN Venus
  • 5. 5 Kultrún Rapa Nui Culture UNAWE2006
  • 6. 6 Inca Culture 22 Hatun Raimi Chuku UNAWE2006 Metropolitan University Science of the Education Faculty of Science • Lic. Edu. en Física mención Astronomía Lic. Edu. en Matemáticas mención Astronomía Lic. Edu. en Química mención Astronomía Lic. Edu. en Biología mencion Astronomía • Diplomado de Educación en Astronomía • Escuela de Astronomía para Profesores I, II, III
  • 7. 7 Metropolitan University Science of the Education Amateur Astronomy UNAWE2006
  • 8. 8 Planetarium Santiago University of Chile Planetarium Foundation is a nonprofit organization. Objetives: ! To spread the astronomy and related sciencies. ! To complement the formal education of students and general public. UNAWE2006 Technical Characteristics ! Projector: Carl Zeiss, model 6 ! Projection Room Capacity: 300 persons. ! Show: - Audiovisual Programme - Stellar projection - Laser show UNAWE2006
  • 9. 9 Projection Room: “Albert Eistein” Carl Zeiss Projector Audiovisual Programme Laser Show UNAWE2006 Mobile Planetarium ! The Mobile Planetarium has crossed many times the country, since 2002. ! This equipment has the permanent support of European Southern Observatory (ESO). ! Until now, it has received 270.000 students. UNAWE2006
  • 10. 10 Mobile Planetarium in Action ! The Mobile Planetarium presentation include: - Astronomical Audiovisual Programme - Laser Show - Astronomical exhibition of scale models - Monitors support UNAWE2006 Interactive Mobile Observatory (OMI) ! The Interactive Mobile Planetarium has: - 1 Smith Cassagrain 14” telescope (main telescope) - 2 Smith Cassagrain 8” telescopes (each one) - 2 monitors UNAWE2006
  • 11. 11 OMI in Action UNAWE2006 New Kids on the Planetarium! ! Astronomical Classes: Mars Planetarium System Your own Constellation UNAWE2006
  • 12. 12 New Kids on the Planetarium! ! Touch the Stars! - Astronomical Observation in different chilean cities UNAWE2006