On July 24th, at Ehime Prefectural Science Museum, the 6th Kahaku Science Research Presentation Meeting was held. Four groups of our students took part in both the meeting of their poster presentation and their stage presentation. And they won the first prize in each session.
On July 16h, some of the 3rd year students took part in the Relay Lecture. The lecturers were from the Engineering Faculty of Tokushima Bunri University, and Saijo City Hall. The topics were about robots operating without any engine, tips to create citizen-centered community, and the current medical affairs in Saijo City.
On July 15th, the 2nd year students in our math and science course had a meeting and made a presentation about their research: how they worked on the project and how it would go.
On June 11th and 18th, the 3rd year students in our general course had a meeting and made a presentation about their research.
On June 18th, 3rd year students in the course of International literature and Science had a meeting. They made a presentation about their research with English summary. Several guests attended the presentation meeting, from Ehime prefectural Educational Research Center, Ehime Prefectural Science Museum, Niihama college of National Institute of Technology, and Saijo City Hall. They gave our students fruitful advice.
- Food Bank ---Comparing Food Banks in Japan and Those Overseas
- Effect of Ishizuchi Black Tea Under Mental Pressure
- Measurement of Concentration Change Using Water Solution Using Diffract on Grating
On June 11th, 3rd year students in the course of International literature and Science had a meeting. They made an English presentation about the summary of their research.
Their reseach are about:
- Research on the Method of Making Paints
- Thinking about the role of picture books ― from countries where people did not read picture books
- Effective Use of Pictogram at Evacuation Centers
- Winning strategy of multiples building game
- A Study on Energy Saving Running Method by Fluid Dynamics
On June 4th, 3rd year students in the course of International literature and Science had a meeting. They made an English presentation about the summary of their research.
Their research are about:
- The relationships between speakers' age and their use of regional dialects
- Physical strength survey of children and students in Saijo city
- To reduce long working hours - By comparing working hours in Japan with other countries
- Disaster Prevention Measures for Cultural Heritage - To Protect Cultural Properties from Fire
- Secret of Magic Square
- Improvement of Magnesium Air Battery
On November 16th, Saturday, a science presentation contest was held. The contest is part of Ehime Senior High School General Cultural Festival, and was held in the Science Museum in Niihama.
6 groups took part in the preliminary poster presentation session, and 4 groups progressed to the finals. Two chemistry groups and one earth science group won the Good Performance Award, and one earth science group won the Incentive Award.
Groups which won the Good Performance Awards are going to take part in the nationwide contest in 2020.
On November 12th, Tuesday, Interim Presentation of Multi Science I, which is the subject Saijo High School sets, was held.
Group Kabu-chan's, made a model poster presentation. Their research theme is "Mystery of horseshe crabs--why they, one of the endangered species, have escaped mass extinction." Ms Yamasaki from Okayama Prefectural Tamashima Senior High School and Mr Sato from Takamatsu Daiichi Senior High School gave them tips to improve their presentation.
Second year students, in total 57 groups of them, made a interim presentation respectively. 30 groups are working on research study in the field of liberal arts, while 27 groups on natural science. First year students also took part in the presentation as audience.
On November 10th, Sunday, Engaging Science Contest for Senior High School Students 2019 was held at Ehime University. Eight students took part in the contest. They progressed to the finals. They won the Ehime Prefectural Board of Education Award for the second prize.