TNG school hosts Science Fair expo

 29 Jan 2018 - 11:04

TNG school hosts Science Fair expo

The Peninsula

DOHA:  The Next Generation (TNG) school recently hosted a Science Fair exhibition, where students from Year I to Year XI got the opportunity to create and display model-based science projects in their respective campuses. 

The exhibition is an integral part of the science curriculum where students explore their creative ideas and knowledge through practical research.

The exhibition covered a range of topics such as habitats, salt energy, smart home automation, capillary action, balloon popping magic, effect of sugary drinks on eggshells and many more interesting ideas. Students created display boards to support their project ideas. Teachers and peers visited each stall and were explained about the project by the team.

The creativity and dedication visualised in each project was very impressive. The event enabled students to demonstrate teamwork, critical thinking and communication skills were the important learning areas of this event.

TNG Al Wakra campus took the science fair one step ahead by organising a science competition where honourary judges , Asfandyar Ansari and Owais Qidwai, were invited to select the best projects. Parents were also invited to show their support to the students.  

TNG Science fair exhibition aims to motivate students for a positive learning experience with the spirit of team work. It also allows students to understand practical learning of various subjects and expand the horizon of learning.

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