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Astronomy: Coyote's Crazy Smart Science Show, Season 2

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This title is a part of the series Coyote's Crazy Smart Science Show, Season 2


Catalogue Number:  AS0021
Producer:  Animiki See Distribution Inc.
Subject:  Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Environmental Studies, First Nations Studies, History, Indigenous Peoples, Physics, Science, Social Sciences, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  3 - 5, 6 - 8
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2020
Running Time:  22:00


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Join us as we look to the sky. Our Science Questers find out about going to space and how being part of a team was one of Commander Herrington's favourite part of being an astronaut. Corey Gray, Blackfoot scientist who works at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) takes us on his journey to being part of the team that measured gravitational waves. And Kai uses magnets to hack gravity.

COYOTE'S CRAZY SMART SCIENCE SHOW (Coyote Science) is a visually stunning, award-winning adventures-in-science series designed for elementary students. Drawing on wisdom from pioneers in Indigenous education, including Dr. Leroy Little Bear, Amethyst First Rider, and Dr. Lorna Williams, Coyote Science bridges the worlds of Indigenous and Western science, teaching kids scientific concepts through discussions with Indigenous scientists, storytelling, animation, music, and experiments.

BIO: Created by Loretta Todd, a Métis–Cree filmmaker who was one of the first Indigenous women to pursue film studies at Simon Fraser University in BC. Loretta is an amateur science geek who always wanted to inspire Indigenous children and youth to learn more about science, especially Indigenous science. Using her creative skills as a creative, L. S. Todd is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning filmmaker known for powerful, visual storytelling and cultural leadership.

Did you know that anybody can be an astronaut? Teamwork and an excitement for science are key ingredients to being an Astronaut! Commander Herrington believes our ancestors worked together and for future generations – which is an important part of being an Indigenous Scientists. Our ancestors studied the cosmos and had much astronomy knowledge, often told through story. We even build our own forms of observatories. Get a peek into what happens at an Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) with Blackfoot Scientist Corey Gray who studies blackholes and gravitational waves. And he works with his mother, translating science documents into Blackfoot. Speaking of gravitational waves, the Earth is like one big magnet and Kai hacks gravity with some magnets. In our animation story, Kokum shares about how the North Star helped her when she was a young girl. Space is Awesome!


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