Wed. Jan. 25th, crystal clear day we visited one of the world best university, Stanford Univeristy. Alumini of Stanford Univeristy took us around the school tour. We walked through harmonious historical building and went on top of Hoover Tower. This tower was named after the 31st President of America Herbert Clark Hoover, who was an alumi of Stanford Univeristy. From observation deck, we can see the beautiful paronamic view of the campus and amzed by such a wonderful environment for the students. In the afternnon, we went to NASA Research Center and saw space related exhibition. Last but not least, we visited to Santa Clara City Hall to see the
Wednesday Jan. 25th, in the morning, we visited FUSION WORLD where latest technology can ben experienced and then meet with Japanese researcher. Dr. Kayo Sakamoto gave us a presentation on her research. Her presentation inspired girls interested in Math and Science. All the students asked many questions and thought about the world latest research. In the afternoon, our visit was to Swiss Cottage Secondary School. We had some interaction with Singapore Students and exchanged opinion. It was just before Chinese New Year but they welcomed us warmly. We did not have enough time and the good time flew by so fast. Our students felt how is it to be successful
Tuesday January 24 It was cold but sunny today. This morning students each host father or mother drove our students at Wilcox High School at 8:40 and then we took a chartered bus to Google. On the way we got into a traffic jam, so we arrived at 9:20, a little behind schedule. Two Indian employees guided us on a Google campus. We could see many Indians working there. We had a chance to ask some questions to these two guides. We asked what was necessary to be creative. Then, one of the guides answered to us that to think out of the box is important. We realized that that
On Sun. Jan 22nd, students spent whole day with host family and seemed had a wonderful day. Some families took a short drive to San Fransisco. Mon. Jan 23rd, we visited Adrian Wilcox High School and each students had a student to shadow. And all of the students gave presentation. Our students put so much effort to prepare the presentation for it this past 2 to 3 months. Even the minutes before presentation, the students were revising their information. After giving presentation, Wicox High School students asked questions and comment and students were answering with confident. Overall SGH program has been a challenge but it became a great chance to improve
On Tuesday Jan 24th 6:10am, 39 Junior students (Math and Science course) departed to Izumo Airpport. Again, due to bad weather from previous day, we were so worried about the flight but departed delaied 90 min.! At Haneda Airport, our flight was delayed due to waiting for our students but safely arrived to Changi Airport on 11:40am to Singapore. Our arrival to Singapore was delay 1 hour but fortunately our schedule were not affected. Our traveling from Snow place to equator and we hope to have great experience here in Singapore. On 25th, we are going to visit research facility and secondary school and we take a big step to become
A day before our departure to Santa Clara, the flights were cancelled due to the bad weather…. We were so worried about our flight to Naria. 17 students and staff gathered at Izumo High School 2 hours earlier than our plan, 6am. We arrived in Yonago Airport so early but we were able to depart on time. And our finaly desitation was San Jose airport and everything went well. Between our arrival and welcome party hosted by Santa Clara Sister City Association, we visited Intel Museum and larned about CPU development. In the afternoon at 12:30, we arrived to Santa Clara Senior center and Wilcox HS students, Host Family welcomes us.
Wednesday Jan 11th, 17 students who are traveling to Santa Clara Calfornia gathered to practice presentation in english. They will be giving their presentation in HS as well as in college next week. We invited ALT who is stationed in Izumo City, Mr. Alexander Chen. Students have been preparing throughout wintervacation and after school making slides. The students presetation improved so much in a short period of time and we are very impressed as well as Mr. Chen. Mr. Chen’s advice to all of our students “Smile more!” Mr. Chen gave advice and comments to all of the presentation and it was a great preparation time for the students. Our
Dec. 14th Mr. Chen came to our school for the 3rd visit. This time, our 16 students participated and practiced giving presentation in English. Getting ready to go to Santa Clara. We starts our last semester next week, some students come to school to prepare! We are counting down for the up coming study trip to Santa Clara. Next Wed will be last preparation with Mr. Chen before our trip!
Nov. 15, Izumo International Relation Staff, Alexander Chen visited our school to give our students lecture for prepare for Santa Clara Visit in Jan. Mr. Chen used many slide to explain Santa Clara Climate, facility, tourist places in English and then gave us a presentation on Pokemon and modern culture of Japan and the US. And our stduents were divided into groups and had discussion and also stated their opnion. All participated students had a great opportunity to get to know Santa Clara and the USA and at same time, it was an fantastic opportunity to communicate all in English. We plan to invite Mr. Chen few more times to
Suceed in cultivation and isolation of Ophiocytium capitatum Wolle! ○This type responce to lack of Fe in great amound. We confirmed and found that various formation occur in two different environment. 1. Remove FeEDTA from CA medium for 3months. 2. Control for 6 months. ○We have confirmed that Asexual reporduction is self spore and depends on metrocyte its length and thorn existance varies. In Pasher’s「suβwasserfrora von Mitterueuroppa band３」 both side of metrocyte is off to be self spore but we confirmed that is only one side is off. ○Up to present, mamy seeds which were classified in type Centritractus and type Ophiocytium is morphological change of Ophiocytium capitatum Wolle cased by deficiancy of nutritive salts.