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This project was conceived of and created by Diana Hall, a physics teacher from Bell High School, Ottawa, CANADA.

Diana Has been Physics teaching for 20 years in Canada, the United States and Mexico.  She has been extensively involved in Professional Development over her career through the Ontario Association of Physics Teachers, the American Association of Physics Teachers, the Ottawa Carleton Disctrict School Board Science Council and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

Her classroom is alive visually with toys and clocks, many apparently random objects.  It was ‘designed’ to stimulate students to ask, wonder and think about the world around them. 

The mind is a stubborn thing and breaking it of preconceptions can be like an unstoppable force meeting an imovable object.  Even when faced with unquestionable evidence a person can convince themselves that what they see isn’t real…….”If I didn’t believe it, I wouldn’t have seen it.”

Doing Science is an essential part of learning about science.  Teaching without resources to demonstrate investigate concepts must be incredibly frustrating.   I imagine students might go away not believing, and certainly not appreciating, the true beauty of the world and the universe and sadly not even knowing what they are walking away from…This is the motivation for the project ‘Do Science, Tanzania.’

You can contact Diana at


  1. what you are doing is amazing. we all support you and wish you a great trip. you will be missed by more people then you can imagine.

  2. Hi Diana,

    Have just had a quick scout around your blog. Looks awesome. Hope your project workshops get off to a great start.


  3. Very cool work. I wish I was a science teacher and could volunteer on the ground there. Way to go!

  4. will have my BT young scientist son go over your site. He’s 14. Maybe he can get a science study buddy!
    Diane, you are inspiring!

  5. You make me want to go and volunteer as well 🙂

  6. Thank you for being one of the positive, innovative and self sacrificing people in our world.

    We owe you.

    • Thank you for amazing work Its my hope that it will be productive Neema Kisanga

  7. yes is amazing work

  8. Elirehema Mungaya

    Diana you are doing good work to us…..we need to appriciate and dedicate our selves for that….keep it up..

  9. the new leardes are positively accepted by us, hope they can improve and dedicate their time and effort to make DST more productive….Elly

    • Kilebo B. Mlimilwa
    • Posted August 24, 2012 at 1:40 am
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    Well done..I real appreciate you!

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