by Sue Ruehle
At the end of the week we are very tired – with 7 school visits – off road travel – and long days.
But the sense of accomplishment and solidarity with schools, students and teachers makes it all worthwhile. We trust you will enjoy thee photos.
This is the entire science lab at Uraki Secondary School--chemistry, biology, physics. The box measures 16x20 inches and is 8 inches deep.
The government of Tanzania is requiring all schools to have three laboratories....physics, biology and chemistry. Here at Uraki labs are being constructed as required.
Students from Lakitatu Secondary School test food with reagents of two solutions to identify the presence of starch.
Chuck Ruehle Astronomer and teacher...shares his love of science and the news about Pluto with students of Kikatiti Secondary School. He is using images from New Horizons and a mini battery operated projector and his computer to teach.
6th School visit this week ---An English Primary School. Three year old Kindergarten class warmed our hearts greeting us with song. This new school wants students to be strong in science subjects before Secondary education begins.
At the English Medium Primary School-Makumira/Kilala we share classroom resources.
Headmaster Mr. Ndosi at Nkoaranga Secondary School presents new shirts to two very tired Science Teachers on Friday afternoon.
Science Ambassador Mr. Miley and Chuck Ruehle demonstrate how a telescope works at Nkoaranga Secondary School.