In order to get sixth-graders at Enrique Quijada Elementary School to have a good time, professors from the Hermosillo Institute of Technology (ITH) held an Academic Day.
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It introduces 21 basic education students to the benefits of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Chair of the Executive Committee of the ITH Alumni Association, Alberto Huze Raccoon, as well as members of the FemmmeSTEM and CESA Committees participated in the activity.
Some of the experiments that were developed were using cornstarch and water. Food coloring, paper towels, candles and straws; In addition to the Jeopardy game, students’ skills in areas such as science, mathematics, history, riddles, jobs and storytelling are highlighted.
Of note, the Niño y la Ingeniería event is taking place at the request of the Enrique Quijada Primary School student staff.
The institution ranks 79th out of 1,479 basic education schools in Sonora thanks to its performance on the Planea Test, which measures performance in areas such as mathematics, Spanish, and civic education.