Sciencesplosion with Mark Nizer
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 || 9:45 a.m. & 12:15 p.m.
Recommended Grades: K-3 (9:45 a.m.) and 4-7 (12:15 p.m.)
Have you ever wondered how science works? How do we know what is true and what isn't? How do lasers work? What is gravity? Covering topics as diverse as the Scientific Method, the speed of light, gravity, DNA, and laws of motion, Mark Nizer's ScienceSplosion™ show takes students on a journey through time and space to help students understand how to use science to improve our world. Using multimedia, juggling, lasers, and more, Mark Nizer demonstrates how science can be a valuable tool in everyday life. Mark brings his passion for science education together with his love of performing in a unique curriculum-based learning experience that will both educate and entertain. A student of zoology and an internationally renowned juggling champion, Mark Nizer’s Sciencesplosion™ teaches young audiences the critical skills we need to save the future of our planet.
Curriculum Connections: The Scientific Method, Critical Thinking, Speed of Light, Gravity, DNA, Origins of Life, Laws of Motion