The ‘force’ is with IEP!

This week in Science, IEP students have been exploring forces like gravity, air resistance and friction. Students measured which materials cause the most friction and timed how long it took for a lego car to roll down the ramp for each material. Eason is making sure the car is not pushed from the starting position, keeping it fair and the results accurate. Remote learners are also included with Xinai and Ryan in charge of inputting data into tables and compiling scientific reports for the class.

Ajarn Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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