Suzuki-Chenoweth, Griedling Host Japanese STEM Workshop at Metro Atlanta Middle School

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Cassidy Chreene Whittle
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School of Literature, Media, and Communication | School of Modern Languages
cwhittle9@gatech.edu

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The workshop was held at Elkins Pointe Middle School in Roswell, Georgia, on Jan. 26.

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  • Students of Elkins Pointe Middle School use magnets to learn about the scientific mechanisms of the Japanese “Maglev” bullet train. Students of Elkins Pointe Middle School use magnets to learn about the scientific mechanisms of the Japanese “Maglev” bullet train.
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Satomi Suzuki-Chenoweth, coordinator of the Japanese Program and lecturer of Japanese in the School of Modern Languages, and Kelly Griedling, lecturer in the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, led a workshop at Elkins Pointe Middle School in Roswell, Georgia, on Jan. 26.

Foreign language, science, and math students in grades 6-9 attended the workshop. The students learned about the scientific mechanisms of the Japanese “Maglev” bullet train, which uses a magnetic levitation railway system; basic Japanese science words; and how innovation impacts society.

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Ivan Allen College "The Buzz", School of Modern Languages

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Aerospace, City Planning, Transportation, and Urban Growth, Engineering, Policy, Social Sciences, and Liberal Arts
Related Core Research Areas
People and Technology, Public Service, Leadership, and Policy
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Keywords
maglev, bullet train, Japanese, middle school, elkins pointe middle school
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  • Created On: Feb 9, 2022 - 1:31pm
  • Last Updated: Feb 9, 2022 - 1:31pm