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G4 2013

How is water formed?  

What is the science of swimming pools?

What is the “blue-green threat”? 

Visitors to the IB G4 Science Project Conference learned the answers to these and many other questions about the chemistry and physics of water.

Kelvin’s Library was the site of the Conference, held on the morning of February 20, 2013.  The Conference was the culmination of several weeks of research and investigation by Grade 11 and Grade 12 IB Chemistry and Physics students, guided by Ms. Donna Labun, Dr. Patricia Mitchler, and Mrs. Alice Osborne.  At the exhibit sessions, teams of students answered questions about their projects, while others visited displays, posing questions about the science behind the investigations, evaluating exhibits, and providing summaries of each other’s work. 

In addition, several science classes visited and evaluated the exhibits. Students talked to students, explaining processes, and answering questions.  It was an authentic learning experience for all who attended, for teachers as well as for students.

Thanks to all the hard-working students and teachers who made this event possible.  We look forward to next year’s IB G4 Science Conference.

 G4 2013 Gallery


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