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    我们为1-18岁 超过1100名学生提供国际教育。作为社区的中心,我们已经成为在京外国家庭的交流中心。

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    通过诺德安达大学我们专注教师的专业技能发展,以确保你的孩子接受高质量的教学体验。

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    在您和我们的学生接触的时候,您就会发现我们的学生懂得尊重他人,对认知和社会充满信心。

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    我们是一所优秀的学校,取得了优异的学术成就。致力于挖掘学生各方面的潜能。

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    我们的招生团队将很高兴与您沟通您孩子的教育需求。

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Year 8 STEAM Day

  • Year 8 STEAM

Year 8 had a whole day off timetable to explore a theme in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Students were asked to "Invent a device that makes life better for someone with an illness or a disability, a medical marvel". They worked in groups to develop a prototype to solve this question and a pitch to explain and sell their concept.

Students worked hard through the day to develop ideas, mock up models and develop a prototype. Each group had to create a video diary of the day and prepare a formal presentation to explain their prototype to a team of judges consisting of Mr Khan, Mr Wheeler, Mr Hardman and Mrs Frenkian (PA). The standard of work was high and judges eventually decided to select the diabetes watch as the winning concept. However the winner of the competition was Year 8A as they performed more consistently in each of the tasks and the range of outcomes through the day. Tutor group 8A won a non-uniform day as the reward.

Over the next few weeks a selection of videos edited and produced by the groups will be displayed in the Science and Technology Secondary corridor for all to enjoy. A great day was had by all and students developed their understanding of STEAM and its applications.

Mr Rory Fitzgerald, Head of Design and Technology