Students from five different schools participated in special physics classes at the Shirakatsy Lyceum for a month to get acquainted with solar water heaters and technologies for storing and using solar energy.
The initiative and joint program was implemented within the framework of Beeline and the Republican Union of Employers of Armenia (RUEA)
Most of the 9th-grade students participated in the extracurricular professional orientation program with their physics teachers—the program aimed to help students with professional orientation to raise interest in engineering. The classes were conducted by Eduard Martirosyan, a physics teacher at the Lyceum.
"The device was donated to the Lyceum by the Union of Employers. At first, we considered it suitable to use in the Diploma Program, as the lessons are more experimental," said Narine Ksajikyan, Head of the Lyceum's Department of Natural Sciences. They aimed to show it to Middle School students, especially those with an alternative to solar energy."