On May 10 (Wednesday), Gyeonggi-do Ansan Elementary High School (Principal Lee Eun-ok) held a ‘Wise Science Experiment’ event for students of all grades.
The Smart Science Experience was designed in such a way that any student with an interest in science can participate, and using only the materials provided, scientific curiosity and collaboration are in the process of solving the mission proposed on the day of the event. Could , and is designed to provide opportunities to acquire problem-solving skills, experimental thinking skills, and scientific knowledge.
2 individual applicants and 1 team, and 43 teams participated in the event, a total of 86 students.
To avoid the meteor and get to the space station, you have to fly as far as possible without hitting the meteor. To solve the problem ‘How can I build an airplane with less fuel and power and reach the space station safely?’
Students explored how to build a variety of aircraft based on the principles of aircraft to accurately navigate through obstacles and reach the space station and fly to the desired destination.
43 teams went through the preliminary and lost apocalypse, and 9 teams made it to the finals, and the “Floating and Floating Aircraft (First Class Park Seung-woo, Kim Joon-young)” team that reached the space station with the highest precision. Selected as the best team.
“It was a good opportunity to explore the various scientific principles hidden in the flying body,” said Dai Yu (second year), a student of Chogo High School who participated in the event. If I try again next time, I hope I can overcome the shortcomings and produce a better performing aircraft.
Kim Ji-sun, the teacher who developed the science experiment program, said, “The students who participated in the event showed a proactive attitude and were able to move forward with great courage and pride from the administration’s point of view.” They said. ,
“It was an opportunity for students interested in science to learn the information they need to choose careers in science and engineering and create a platform for development,” said Lee Yoon-ok, principal of Chogo Middle School. in creative coordination skills. “While students will continue to solve problems, we will try to provide a variety of opportunities throughout the curriculum to develop collaboration skills and divergent thinking skills.”