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Canada News

  • Happy New Year 2018

    Team Canada wishes you a great 2018 !
    L’ équipe du Canada vous souhaite une bonne année 2018 !

    Victoria K.

  • L’Agence Spatiale Canadienne parle de nous sur Twitter !

    English version below.

    L’Agence spatiale canadienne parle du projet “MX-Train like an astronaut” sur Twitter !
    N’hésitez pas à vous inscrire, c’est totalement gratuit pour les enseignants, cadets, parents-éducateurs :-)

    The Canadian Space Agency tweets about the projet MX-Train like an astronaut !
    Dont’ hesitate to register, it’s totally free for the teachers, cadets, parent-teachers :-)

    See you soon,
    Victoria K.
    Canadian Coordinator

  • Atoms, molecules...and odors/taste in Space :-)

    In good Montessorians we learned about atoms, mole and atomic/molar mass calculation and the notion of Big Bang (Montessori black ribbon and humility lesson very soon for visualizing time since Big-Bang and Earth’s birth).

    We also learn about molecules and combinaison of molecules on Earth and in Space...And we did a sensory activity to recognize the smells on Earth (soil), our moon (burnt smell), Mars (rotten egg), I.S.S. (sweating), Milky Way (raspberry and rum) etc. One combinaison of 50 molecules in Space made our galaxy smell raspberry and taste rum...(dont’ worry it was imitation rum extract for pastries and kids don’t taste this flavour ;-)
    We also made a memory game cards about molecules.

    See you soon. Please Canadian teams share your photos and activities :-)

    Victoria K.
    “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” (Chinese thought)

  • Mathematics mission

    Astronauts need to be very good in many areas and especially in mathematics and logic.
    So my team works on Algebra ! The youngest, 10 years old, thinks that factoring and expanding equations is a game... All his results were good. Thanks NASA (and Fields Institute...) :-)
    We are trying also two free books of Canadian Space Agency: RoboMath and Robomatique3: Students can learn in a 3D Space Station environnement.

    Canadian Teams don’t forget to share your mission/photos on the blog :-)
    Wish you all the best,
    Victoria K.

  • How to calculate your weight/mass on different planets, satellite or ISS?

    How to calculate your weight/mass on different planets, satellite or ISS if you are an astronaut?
    We found the answer on the free document of "Mars Project, Next Generation" and we learned to calculate in newtons (the unit of calculation).
    We took the opportunity to also learn a little more about the three laws of Newton (the scientist).

    Don't forget to register on MX-Train like an astronaut :-) If you are Canadian teacher registered on the website and if your classroom have questions about Spatial sciences in general feel free to contact me for a Q/A (French or English).

    Victoria K.
    Canadian Country Lead/Canadian Coordinator for MX
    Team Lead for "Space Cadets" (Homeschooling ;-)
    Student in Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics with Paris Observatory