The 6th "Forest, Sato, and Sea" Symposium sponsored by Kyoto University and Japan Foundation was held online on Saturday, March 13th.
First year students of the "Senjo Tanada" group made a poster presentation. (Tanada means the terraced rice fields.)
The 17th Japan Physics Conference Jr. Session, which gives junior and senior high school students opportunities to make a presentation about science, was held online on Saturday, March 13th. Students who worked on two research study about physics took part in the meeting.
The following are the topics of their study: The relation between power and frequency with transformer, and The study on the spiral made with the magnetic stirrer.
On February 23rd, students did not have a poster session in order to prevent the infection spread. Instead, all the posters the students made (1st year and 2nd year) are being displayed on the 2nd floor corridor.
On Wednesday, February 17, Saijo High School had a meeting concerning SSH project. The students made a presentation on their research study or the online overseas training.
Third year students in the commercial course had a presentation meeting about their research study. Audience, first and second year students in that course, participated in the meeting online.
On Monday, February 8th, first year students, representative of each class, had a presentation on their pre-research studynusing the posters. They used an app, Zoom. First year students actively participated in the questions and answers session as well.
On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2nd-year students had a briefing session of their research study. Each of the groups made a presentation on their study they worked on using the poster they made.
On Wednesday, February 3rd, students in the earth science club and first-year students in the international literature and science course took part in the Ehime Super High School Consortium. This event was held online.
Our earth science club members made a presentation about the research on "ripple mark." Participants of our school also had the interaction with the students from other school during the questions and answers session.
On Monday, January 25th, first year students made a presentation in class. They talked about their group research about the topics (e.g. Disaster Prevention, Medicine, Local Economy, and International Affairs) they have learned in Yu-fa-zi. They had a questions and answers' session after each presentation. They evaluated their presentation using "rubric."
On Saturday, January 23rd, 2nd-year students of the stibnite group visited the collection room of minerals at ICHINOKAWA Community Center.