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November 27th, 2016

Presentation in Japan NIE Studies

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   On November 26th, in middle of the beautiful autumn, two 3rd grade students joined the 13th meeting of Japan NIE Studies (The Japan Society for Studies in “Newspaper in Education”) held at the Ehime University, as one of the symposiasts. Other symposiasts were from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), newspaper office, and school. Each presented about recent education of rights and the articles on newspapers, with each opinion. The two students did a great effort during the symposium, expressed their opinion and joined the discussion sonorously. There was a great applause from the 200 audiences.

 
 
 


November 22nd, 2016

Ready to take data

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   The 2nd grade students from Research project class of Prof. Hatou was working on making measuring machines, to measure the growing environment of plants, like temperature, humidity, and others. The center of measuring machine is a computer called RaspberryPi3, about the size of one hand, connected with many sensors. Students worked on making control and measuring program to install in the computer. Now the program is ready, they will set the machine at the plant factory in Ehime University.

Pictures coming soon. . . . . .


November 21st, 2016

Letter from Michigan No2

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   Ms. Arima, a second grade student who is now studying in Michigan USA since August, sent us a letter, so let me introduce it.
   “3 months has just passed today in here at USA. Now I am used to school life, and spending fulfilling days. On October 31st, there was a Halloween and also November 8th was the presidential election.
   At the night of Halloween, I visited each house nearby with my schoolmates and host families. I was able to feel in touch with the neighbors. Since it was the biggest event in this place for me, I was so excited!
   About 2 weeks before the election, many students discussed and argued during lunch time about the election. Sometimes it ended up to actual fight as the discussion heated up, which amazed me since I never saw such situation in Japan. I was very stimulated at high school students, who don’t have the right to vote, thinking seriously about the future of USA and even more, having each own opinion toward it. I really understand the importance of clearly expressing your own opinion to others. I feel very glad lucky to be here in the USA at this time of election, once in 4 years, and even more, a historical election.
   As for the after school activity, I was joining the soccer team since September. Unfortunately it is now close season, so I am planning to join volunteer of medical cares.
   I want challenge more and more in the rest 6 months!”

 
 
 


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