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Priceless dinosaur bones have been stolen from the Quantum Museum and information has been given to the police stating that the bones have been dumped in a nearby park. Students will take on roles as detectives/forensic scientists and will collaborate in order to solve the crime.

This hands-on inquiry-based scenario will enable students to develop problem solving and team work skills. A series of investigations will be undertaken that include a computer simulation, blood* typing and testing, an analysis of soil samples, fingerprints & other pieces of evidence found at both crime scenes.

Study areas covered in this workshop include general science, chemistry and biology.

Accessing Quantum Forensic Investigation Online Module - Follow these instructions on how to log into the QV Portal and click on 'Add to My Programs' which is found under the Check Availability button. 

*Blood used is synthetic.

Audience
  • Student learning
Learning Areas
Year Levels
Tags
Delivery
On-site, Online
Has Teacher Resources?
No
On-site Duration
1 day
Capacity
25
Time
  • Arrival: 9:45am
  • Finish: 2:15pm
Cost