What is a university and why I had to study it? What can I learn here? What subjects are taught at the Faculty of Civil Engineering VŠB-TU Ostrava? These and many other questions will try to answer students of the faculty of several sixth grades of primary schools in Ostrava on Tuesday 21 June 2011.
Popularization of technical and scientific fields is an integral part of activities aimed at increasing the interest of high school students to study in technical and natural sciences colleges. A small step forward to move the staff of the Faculty Building VSB-TUO and in its action, which they called „builder dry run“ to try to reach out and take a much younger pupils. For starters, it is ten five-person team that will perform many tasks.
„I think that elementary and secondary school pupils have no resistance to technology or the natural sciences as such. All children are curious and enjoy all the interesting experiments in chemistry and physics and gripping tale of the depths of the sea or drug research. It just depends on the way to inspire and bind them to the knowledge and perception of detection "secret“ areas, which will enable sustainable human development in harmony with nature planet. Among other activities, it is necessary and appropriate to promote technical and scientific professions, "says Vice Dean Faculty of Civil Engineering Assoc. Miroslav Rezac.
In the morning půldenním competition called „builder dry run“ hides many surprises and games that will certainly attract the young builder. In addition to learning about rocks and major structures of the world will be able to build the tallest building, but it will also have to learn about building materials. Irresistible even folding puzzle or puzzle, the picture is a photo of the faculty. And that no movement was present, waiting for the monkey climbing the classic tracks. It is necessary to show children what is the job of those who vystudují building faculty. It is necessary to show them that they will not only open doors for professional positions, but also a managerial position. Finally, it is necessary to show pupils and students of secondary schools, on the contrary, after graduating from the humanities is expanding skills to include technical and natural sciences more difficult and often impossible.
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