Last week, CHAH students in Ms. Korn's Advanced Placement Physics class experienced applied physics at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
"Learning science from a book or in a classroom can only take a person so far," Ms. Korn, said. "By going to Six Flags for Physics Day, we were able to see how the concepts that we learn in class are applied to real life."
Advanced Placement classes are a lot of additional work for the students, but the pay offs are enormous. Learning first hand how classroom theories are applied in the real world is what science education is all about!
As Ms. Korn says, "Experiences like this are the moments that truly excite and inspire!"