On December 14 and 15, Alabuga International School hosted a presentation of projects based on the results of 1-2 Sharing to Parents research modules for KG 1 - Grade 10 classes.
Every two research modules, which last 12 weeks, are completed at AIS with a Sharing to Parents event, which gives students the opportunity to implement a project of their interest in accordance with the school's STEM strategy. Students don't just present the end result, but share the story of the project and describe all the steps involved. By demonstrating their understanding of the assignment, as well as their critical and creative thinking skills, students affirm the validity of the hands-on learning and research approach that underpins IB and the school's strategic mission.
More than 20 engineering, personal and group projects were presented this time. Parents saw such projects as radar for aerospace navigation, sorting conveyor line for fruits and vegetables for "Belaya Dacha", automatic disinfection device for door handle, ant farm, water infusion, pneumatic platform for Rockwool company, posture alarm device and many others.
Parents were also familiarized with the students' learning outcomes and further areas of development for the near future during the student conference.