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Putting words into actions

Today was the first time we got the microscopes into the classroom.  At Reginald Mengi Secondary school there are over 210 Form I students in 4 classes. We did an introduction to the microscope activity for all 4 classes.  They prepared slides and observed onion cells. 

Seeing is believing

It was wonderful to see that many students get their first hands and eyes on this equipment. 

Busy Bees

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4 Comments

  1. Wow!

    This is most awesome!

    It is great to hear that things are working out so well.

  2. Fantastic work Diana – it really looks like your project is taking off. Inspirational!

  3. It’s awesome that you are helping to enable these kids to experience things they would otherwise never be able to.

    Never think for a second that you are not making a difference!

  4. You are a great person. No matter what anyone says.

    I wish there were more like you.

    Goodbye


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