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Hands-on Learning, SBA Style

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by Andy Giordano
The following report of hands-on learning, SBA style, comes from Health teacher Kristen Lew:
Friday, health class students worked through ten alcohol simulation stations around the SBA campus to increase awareness of the short-term effects of alcohol use. Students performed tasks such as threading a needle with prescription glasses on, walking a straight line after being spun six times, and speaking on the legal drinking age with a marshmallow in their mouths. In groups they were asked to not only observe what happened at each station, but also write on how each task related to alcohol use or abuse and how these various given effects could be dangerous to a drinker.