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Science Makes Afterschool Cool
Science Makes Afterschool Cool
Posted on 09/24/2021
Lights flicked on, both literally and figuratively, in the YMCA classroom at Clyde A. Erwin Middle School on Thursday. As part of the Y Horizons afterschool program, Ms. Trish Scarborough, an outreach educator with the Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS), visited with a box full of electrical circuit components. Students spent the next hour exploring the science of circuits with a hands-on design challenge. The drew plans for LED light arrays (similar to Lite-Brites), built circuits, and attached them to pieces of cardboard. When lights didn’t work, they worked out the causes and solutions.
Lights flicked on, both literally and figuratively, in the YMCA classroom at Clyde A. Erwin Middle School on Thursday. As part of the Y Horizons afterschool program, Ms. Trish Scarborough, an outreach educator with the Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS), visited with a box full of electrical circuit components. Students spent the next hour exploring the science of circuits with a hands-on design challenge. The drew plans for LED light arrays (similar to Lite-Brites), built circuits, and attached them to pieces of cardboard. When lights didn’t work, they worked out the causes and solutions.
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