EIS STEM Club
“Tell Me and I Forget; Teach Me and I May Remember; Involve Me and I Learn” - Benjamin Franklin
The EIS STEM Club made a model of the human respiratory system.
The purpose is to provide an environment for interactive student engagement, thus fostering learning and critical thinking.
A pair of scissors
We drew the left and right lungs on a pink cardboard.
We glued the lungs onto cardboard.
We taped two bendy straws together to make the trachea and the bronchi.
Next we inserted the bronchi in two balloons and taped them together.
Lastly we glued the nose and the mouth at the appropriate places on the windpipe.
Our lungs are now ready to work!
As the pupils blew air into straw, they observed the balloon growing larger, and when they released it, they also observed the lungs getting smaller.
Pupils began to connect their models to how their own lungs work!
We began in late March, stepping from 'stone to stone across the morass.' Thank you, teachers, parents and students for walking hand in hand to reach the other side.
EIS answers 'a call for solidarity' and presents a donation to the school, ECOLOJAH / École Endogénie Jardin de la Fraternité, which has been in the process of rebuilding after having been destroyed by an accidental fire in April 2019.
Amir Moutaib from Year 3 helps us to understand.
Thoughts of the tall trees which give shade on the school field inspire Years 3 and 4 to produce lovely artwork.
Years 8 and 9 students were given the task of conducting an experiment using common household products.