To do this process, you get light sensitive paper and place objects on it. UV light from the sun makes shadows of the objects on the paper. When the paper is finished developing, place it in a water bath for 2 minutes.
The ODS camping trips include day hikes and backpacking adventures where we are able to observe natural phenomenon that the classroom setting does not provide. Here is circumhorizontal arc we saw on a hiking trip in the Diamond Peak Wilderness!
This lesson showed students how shutter is able to freeze objects in motion.
Thank you to all who contribute to theTwin Rivers Charter School. Support by the Oregon Youth Conservation Corps and its Community Stewardship Corps (CSC) program helps TRCS students gain valuable education, employment and leadership skills while learning about the environment through classroom and field-based learning. To learn more about OYCC, visit http://www.oyccweb.com/