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Ted Ducey

Earth Science Teacher

Redlands East Valley High School

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Redlands East Valley High School

20 West Lugonia Avenue

Redlands, California,92374

United States

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Redlands East Valley High School science teacher Ted Ducey demonstrates steam power at Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riversides Camp Einstein at the Burrage Mansion in Redlands. (Courtesy Photo)
On July 24 at the boys camp, Redlands East Valley High School science teacher Ted Ducey conducted experiments and led activities to teach campers about forms of energy. He had them hold hands and squeeze to demonstrate how electricity passes through wires, and he connected wires to apples and a music program on a laptop. When a camper touched the apples, a music note would play. He also did an experiment using heated colored water to demonstrate steam energy. The goal is to have them understand how we get most of our energy, Ducey said. Its always fun to have activities they can see and do. Campers then got to make rockets out of paper and masking tape and launched them on the mansions lawn with a compressed air pump. I didnt give you guys much time to build these rockets, and you did a good job, Ducey told the campers.


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