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Are your students considering their futures? In this career-oriented program, Senior Museum staff will share insights about resume building,
interviewing skills, working as a team, and other valuable tips for
building a career.
From T. rex to Triceratops, it’s time to search for some pre-historic friends! Meet the dinosaurs of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology’s world-famous Dinosaur Hall on our Dino Safari! Pre-schoolers will learn about the different types of
This tour of Dinosaur Hall introduces young participants to many different dinosaurs that lived in ancient Alberta. Each stop explores a different curriculum concept like carnivores and herbivores, predators and prey, or plants and the ancient...
New to distance learning, or curious about our programs? In this session we will showcase some of our interactive, innovative, and award-winning programming, answer your questions about video conferencing!
Explore the mammals that evolved after the extinction of the dinosaurs, and find out how these ancient beasts adapted as North America's climate changed from tropical to an ice age.
Test your students’ palaeo knowledge! Working in teams to complete educational games, students must help their dinosaur escape from an erupting volcano.
Join us as we journey through time to discover the history of our planet. Students will work in teams to answer questions related to Earth’s composition, geologic activity, and rich fossil history
disponible en français, notre programme permet aux participant(e)s de poser des
questions directement à nos experts. Notre collection de fossiles et nos
ressources numériques complémentent nos explications et offrent une expérience...
Join us as we delve into the subjects of geography, geology and palaeontology in this 45 minute exploration of the rich fossil heritage of Alberta.
During this NEW virtual tour you’ll learn about the science of palaeontology while exploring our galleries and getting an up-close look at our fossil collection.
Solve the mystery of an excavation site lost to the world over 100 years ago! Travel into the heart of the Canadian Badlands searching for clues, fossils, and knowledge of Alberta’s heritage.
Learn about the science of palaeontology first-hand from our world-renowned palaeontologists through an interactive and engaging interview hosted by a Science Educator.
Watch as your students are inspired by each other’s curiosity. A Science Educator will introduce students to the science of palaeontology, and then, your students drive the program with their questions.
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I have taken part in many video conferences and your presentations combination of animation, exhibits, the presenters knowledge, preparedness and enthusiasm made this an enjoyable and educational activity. T.A. Norris Middle School I was blown away by the presentation. The integration of various aspects of media were such an asset to the learning. Parkallen SchoolThe Students were vibrating with excitement and they are asking when we can do it again. It was FABULOUS! Vulcan Prairieview Elementary
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