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Posted Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 10:37:00 PM
The senior honors physics and honors computer science classes attended a workshop at the Cornell Tech STEM center on Roosevelt Island on Monday. It began with a tour of the campus, followed by a tour of their maker space. At the maker space, students were challenged with a technical problem and given one hour to develop a prototype to solve the problem...
Posted Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 4:12:00 PM
In anticipation of Rosh Hashanah, Ms. Levy-Cohen designed an interdisciplinary hands-on lab for 6th grade science students. Students learned about the origin of the Jewish tradition of dipping apples in honey and the blessings we recite on the night of Rosh Hashanah. They also discussed why Israel is referred to as the "land of milk and honey" by reading various biblical sources. In addition, students learned that scientists believe bees are endangered and that Israel is famous for start-ups that strive to alleviate bee population decline (e.g., BeeHero). They even had a bee visit class! Students were then presented with a problem...
Posted Thursday, May 23, 2019 5:00:00 PM
Fifth graders used Oreos to demonstrate phases of the moon and also began their final unit on engineering design, which involved an egg drop project. The kids had so much fun!
Posted Wednesday, Apr 10, 2019 11:42:00 PM
Hocus Focus, Chewing Your Way to an A, That Rings a Bell, and Molecular Gastronomy were some of the titles of the 7th-grade projects the students have been working on for months by following either the scientific method or the engineering design process. Their fascinating, informative, and fun projects were presented at the Science Fair to their classmates, fellow middle schoolers, family, and friends. Kol HaKAvod to all our scientists. For the list of winners, to view pictures of the students and projects...
Posted Wednesday, Apr 10, 2019 12:27:00 PM
Lucky for our 4th graders, the Brooklyn Robot Foundry has a location on the Upper East Side! In connection with our STEAM curriculum, students created and decorated their own electronic glow pets. The children were able to activate their newly gained knowledge of electronic circuitry; they wired two LED lights with tilt switches into unique pets that they will bring home. The students came away with a greater understanding of what trans-disciplinary learning is all about.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 10, 2019 10:17:00 AM
Ramaz Science Olympiad team competed against 14 other Jewish day schools from the Tri-State area in various events at the Lander College for Men. Congratulations to those students who placed: Harry S. '19 and Jonathan S.'21 came in 4th place for the "Chemistry Lab" event, Ben S. '20, Jonathan S. '19, and Elizabeth A. '19 came in 4th place for "Code Busters", Zachary B. '20 and Daniella F. '20 came in 3rd place for "Designer Genes", David A.'19 and Harry S. '19 came in 4th place for "Write It/Do It" and Elizabeth A. '19 and Ben S. '20 came in 4th place for "Fermi Questions". Great work by the entire team!
Posted Wednesday, Apr 10, 2019 10:13:00 AM
Citi's first NYC chapter of Women in IT's summer internship will be 9AM-5PM August 12 – August 16 This is open to students rising from 7th, 8th, and 9th grades. Interns will get to learn more about different technology roles, hear from guest speakers, and gain hands-on experience in web design and coding! For details and how to apply...
Posted Monday, Mar 18, 2019 3:01:00 PM
Ms. Dashiff's 12th grade Honors biology class made another visit to the Harlem branch of the Cold Spring Harbor DNA Laboratory. They performed a DNA Restriction Enzyme Analysis lab, where they used two different restriction enzymes to cut DNA and analyze the pattern of fragments using gel electrophoresis . The students enjoyed learning new molecular biology techniques and had an overall wonderful experience.
Posted Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019 2:42:00 PM
Can you build a tower using 20 pieces of dry spaghetti, a yard of tape, a yard of string, and place a marshmallow on top -- in only 18 minutes? Students in 5th and 6th grade can. The marshmallow challenge was a delicious and wonderful team-building collaborative effort to celebrate Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet...
Posted Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019 1:33:00 PM
With a vision of showing the students that all learning can be connected, our 7th and 8th graders had an Interdisciplinary Day on Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet to study how the calendar impacts our lives. Each student had five classes, and each class focused on a relevant aspect of the calendar for that discipline....
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