Students of Elementary School No. 17 in Jaurzno will participate in the experiments being conducted by the Copernicus Science Center. The games will be played online, but will be live. The chemical, physical and geographic classes will be conducted directly from the laboratories. Children will do simple experiments with things on hand, like building a light-emitting diode. Additionally, the instructors will participate in specially designed workshops on teaching online.
Students from Jaworzno will conduct the experiments
The Copernicus Science Center does a different preparation Activities for childrenIt teaches them in a simple and interesting way, among other things chemistry. Performances are always very popular. On April 15th, students of Elementary School No.17 will have the opportunity to play and learn. Polish Nobel Prize winners in Jaworzno. The electronic laboratories of the Copernicus Science Center begin the spring season. Children will contact the facility Neighborhood.
During classes with tutors from the Copernicus Science Center, students will check, among other things, the interaction of readily available materials. Copernicus Electronic Labs are online classes that complement distance learning perfectly. During these experiments, the experiments can be done at home, all you need are the daily items on hand. In a spring scenario, for acids, participants would test sugar, flour, or lemon juice. For this they will use, for example, cabbage juice. Chips and paper clips will be used to build an electrical circuit. The theme of the seasons will also be the secrets of camouflage used by the flora and fauna of the natural world. For educators participating in electronic labs, the Copernicus Center for Science has set up additional workshops dedicated to engaging students in independent experiences during online classes.
The distance classes under the Science for You program are based on research conducted by the program’s research team. A classroom model was developed using innovative ways to manage participants’ attention. They engage students in this way, allowing them to learn and understand effectively the issues at hand.
The school in Jaworzno will be one of around 100 schools that have actually benefited from one of the three online classes this year. Participation in the program is free of charge, and applications can be submitted by the end of this year. As part of the Science for You program – a joint initiative between the Minister of Education and Science and the Copernicus Science Center – three types of classes are available: e-Science bus, e-Laboratoria, and e-Planetobus.