At the School for the Gifted Ron Vardi, there are halls of models that contain more than 150 scientific models demonstrating different physical phenomena.
This place is an experimental and enriching learning center and for the students, teachers, and the wider audience.
The activity integrating scientific models enables the students to incorporate innovative learning methods as well as experimental and scientific learning as a part of their learning process of science.
For the teachers, visiting the halls enables expanding and enriching their teaching methods. The visit will allow the teachers to arrive at the classroom afterward and applying innovative teaching and learning methods in the different disciplines in general and particularly in science.
For the wider audience, the halls can be visited as scientific museums, thus enabling an enjoyable and educating experience.
The halls of models are divided into 2 floors. Each floor contains 3 areas presenting three different fields of physics.
On the first floor, in the turquoise area displays mechanical models, the purple area displays optical models and the blue area displays hydro statistics. On the second floor, the orange area displays models of electricity and magnetism, the red area displays mathematical models, and the green area displays acoustic models.
In the halls, you will find professional and qualified instructors, each with a scientific background.