Posted on 05/19/2021 22:19
(Credit: Diogo Bacellar / Sesc Taguatinga Sul)
The Taguatinga Sul unit of the Social Service of Commerce (Sesc) offers a “Learn Science at Sesc” course aimed at children and adolescents between the ages of 7 and 14. The first unit of the course has already started and the second unit will start in two weeks.
Those interested should seek out a Sesc Module to register. Professor Diogo Basilar, the project organizer, advises you to contact him in advance, on Sesc’s phone from Taguatinga Sul or on Instagramsaladecienciastagsul, to determine which unit the student will enter.
The activities will be taught in the science room and will include practice combined with theory. In doing so, scientific experiments and investigative workshops will be conducted. In all, the course will last more than 90 hours and only 20 places are offered, 10 of which are in the morning and the rest in the afternoon.
The aim of the course is to complete science learning for students who were at risk in the last year due to the covid-19 pandemic and face-to-face classroom disruptions. In addition, the classes will encourage children to realize the presence of science in their daily lives.
In order to preserve the health of the participating students, the limit of places and the separation was determined in two periods. In addition, in the living room, everyone wears a mask, alcohol gel, goggles and gloves, plus social distancing.
What is a science room?
The space opened to the public in August 2012 and is running for Sesc de Taguatinga Sul. In the room, visitors have a connection to activities that promote knowledge, abstraction and scientific literacy. Non-formal education space, i.e. learning dynamics that differs from explanatory classes and does not require assessment methods.
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