San Jorge School has acquired the latest supportive technology in classroom education. These devices are called Smart BOARDS. These boards are highly-interactive, fully-supportive tools for the classroom.

The Smart Boards will be located in several areas of the school. One of them has been set up in the Science Laboratory. It will be there to support teachers in showing and interacting with all the information that contemporary science has to offer: pictures, animations, videos, etc. Everything with a simple touch.

I'm sure the students will be thrilled when they see and appreciate the benefits of these tools in action during their regular classes.

The teachers at San Jorge School have received training to learn how to excel in the use of these boards, and to take advantage of the extensive tools, software and applications that the Smart Boards have to offer.

Integrative Project: "Scientific Minds in Action"

Last year, San Jorge School organized the integrative project called "The Reading Plan". For this year, the integrative project is called "Scientific Minds in Action".

The first meeting for this project to be presented on August 28th and 29th of this year was held this morning with the science teachers.

Consecutive meetings will be held in the coming days and weeks in order to organize and plan all the guidelines, topics and activities that each grade will have to present for the central days.

The purpose of this year is to integrate all the areas of knowledge into the scientifc point of view according to grades of study, which will soon receive all the topics to be developed by the groups of students. This activity will challenge the creativity of students to involve all the areas of knowledge dictated at school.

We have high hopes for all the production that will come from those Scientific Minds in Action.

We'll keep you informed!


Life Images - Miscellanium

This is a video creation from the teacher training at San Jorge School.


Science News - Feb 20th, 2008

Identical Twins Not As Identical As Believed
Contrary to our previous beliefs, identical twins are not genetically identical. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080215121214.htm

Genome of Marine's Organism tells of Human's Unicellular ancestors
The newly sequenced genome of a one-celled, planktonic marine oganism, is already telling scientists about the evolutionary changes that accompanied the jump from one-celled life forms to multicellular animals like ourselves.

Warming Waters may make Antarctica Hospitable to Sharks

It has been 40 million years since the waters around Antarctica have been warm enough to sustain populations of sharks and most fish, but they may return this century due to the effects of global warming. If they do, the impact on Antarctic ecology could be serious.


Science News - Feb 13th, 2008

Bats Flew First, Developed Echolocation Later, Fossilized Missing Link Shows

Thousands Of Humans Inhabited New World's Doorstep For 20,000 Years

'Junk DNA' Can Explain Origin And Complexity Of Vertebrates, Study Suggests

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