GTCASA is pleased after a pause to offer two Saturday Club sessions for the intermediate (8-12) and senior (12-16) age groups in Term 2.
There will be limited positions.
Each session will be delivered via Zoom and be in two 40 min blocks with a break in the middle. Participants will require a reliable broadband connection and an IT platform with a camera, speakers and microphone. We ask that participants configure their Zoom account prior and employ a virtual background.
Prior to the session each ticket holder will receive an email with zoom details and any other IT support requirements.
Intermediate (8-12 yrs)
Regular GTCASA Saturday Club presenters, Lorelei Siegloff and Sue Lyons, from the SA Philosophy in Education Association, are offering these Remote Learning Sessions for Intermediates in Term 2:
• 13/6/20 – Ethical Dilemmas: Living My Best Life! (Part 1) (2-2.40pm + 3-3.40pm)
What would ‘my best life’ look like? What do I really want out of life? Zoom in to play some online games, watch some thought-provoking animations and discuss these questions with your peers.
• 27/6/20 – Ethical Dilemmas: Living My Best Life! (Part 2) (2-2.40pm + 3-3.40pm)
Is my highest moral purpose in life to pursue my own happiness? How should I treat others if I am living ‘my best life’? Does it matter? Zoom in to play some online games, watch some thought-provoking animations and discuss these questions with your peers in Living My Best Life! (Part 2).
Senior (12-16 yrs)
Primer on Probability and Statistics
Probability and statistics permeate our world even though we are often not consciously aware it. Join Dr Michael Southcott for a two sessions of Zoom from the why you need to see it regardless of the profession or discipline that you pick, through a brief history (Bayes, Chebyshev, Markov, Fisher and the lady drinking tea) and then a potentially fun look at dare we say distributions, the Bayesian trap, Bayesian vs frequentist, inference and Artificial Intelligence.
13/6/20 – Probability and Statistics (Part 1) (2-2:40 pm and 3-3:40 pm)
27/6/20 – Probability and Statistics (Part 2) (2-2:40 pm and 3-3:40 pm)
The Eventbrite link for bookings is here