National Operations Science Apparatus in the back of your house
Seventy young students from Banlay followed into the community center in the workshops given by Les Petits Débrouillards.
They practiced fun science literacy activities within the scope of the science process in the back of their homes.
Over the past week, the National Framework and its three facilitators have combined theory and practice. They introduce their students in the summer to the benefits of biodiversity, ecological transformation, but also more complex science experiments, such as the famous water-powered rocket, the highlight of the week with the amazing launch of interstellar vehicles.
If the purpose of these five afternoons is based on the fun and enjoyment of crafts, then the education used allowed us to classify the activity in the powerful and useful category of “learning holidays” after two school years deeply disturbed by the Covid epidemic. -19 .
It was a hit with a huge presence in these moments of sharing as concepts of coexistence were also discussed. As evidence of this, the members of the social center willingly shared their teachers for a week with other young people attracted by the experience.
Blandin Gorgon, Secretary General of Nevers Prefecture and Deputy Mayor of Nevers, arrived in Banlai on Friday to discuss with potential future scientists, thus verifying the effectiveness of the device from home.
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