On May 29 and 30, the Museum of Electronic Science and Technology successively entered the Mingdao Branch of Chengdu Experimental Primary School and Chengdu Jianshe road Primary School to carry out the activities of popularizing electronic science and technology with the theme of "sowing the dream of science and technology and igniting the passion of exploration".
The staff of the Museum of Electronic Science and Technology shared the stories of scientists and combed through the brief history of electronic science and technology. They began with the growth of scientists and inventors such as Maxwell, Edison, Shawke, Bardin, Brighton, Bell and Marconi. And with inspirational and guided interaction, the children learned about the interesting childhood and growing up of the scientists. Ying Weiqi, of Class 5, Grade 4, Chengdu Experimental Primary School, said: "It turns out that scientists are not always prodigies when they are young, but they may also be curious.I will also learn more about science and technology and satisfy my love and kindness. "”
The staff also brought along typical exhibits such as electronic tubes, transistors and wafers, and led the children to sort out the brief history of the development of electronic components in a combination of physical and video. "Just as we can't build a building without every brick and tile, all electronic devices can't do without these basic electronic components. The revolution in electronic science and technology has changed our way of life with each passing day, in the final analysis, because of the changes brought about by the development of electronic components. " They tried to communicate with the children in a language that the children could understand. When playing the process of making the chip, the children said one after another, "turning sand into gold" is amazing.
At the end of the class, the staff took out carefully prepared materials to lead the children to connect circuits with basic components such as capacitors, inductors and resistors, and made devices such as hand generators, Morse decoders, optical fiber transmitters, and so on. Wang Yanrui children excitedly said: "I am also a 'big scientist'!" During the activities, the staff repeatedly encouraged children to maintain their curiosity about the unknown world, strive to learn more knowledge, and become the stars of science and technology in the new era. At the same time, they were also welcomed to apply to UESTC.
The Children’s Day activities carried out by the Museum of Electronic Science and Technology have been successfully concluded and have been warmly welcomed by teachers and students. Museum staff said that in the future, they will work with primary and secondary schools and further in-depth cooperation to carry out more targeted and customized science popularization education activities, so that more children will feel the charm of science and technology. Let the technology dream take root in the hearts of more children.