Fun does not require electricity
Psychology students interacted with the Grade 1’s and taught them these games.
Psychology Activity -Digital World & Cognition
As part of IB Psychology course (Digital World & Cognition), students planned an activity to create awareness on how to engage in some fun activities/games, without the use of devices. This activity encouraged the students to develop empathy, connect with people of varied age groups (social skills) and also help them understand the impact of digital world on cognition.
The Gr 11 Psychology students had a meaningful experience of applying their learning from Psychology class to the wider community. The students interviewed their parents and grandparents and recreated the games that were played when technologies/devices was not as widely available as they are today. As part of the project the Psychology students interacted with the Grade 1’s and taught them these games. Gr 1 students were engaged and enjoyed this interaction. Some even expressed their interest to engage in device free leisure activities in future.
One of the Firebird Conrad teams - Firebird MEI have qualified in the top five teams of the Conrad Innovation Challenge and will compete at NASA in April.
A Seisen parent is organising a family festival on Feb 23 & 24th at Hikarie Shibuya.
On Saturday the Seisen Elementary House Captains took part in an event at Kinuta Park and Okura Sports Ground.
Ms. Carnright will discuss the social and emotional aspects of adolescence, to include conflict resolution strategies, how to instill a “growth mindset,” and tips for how to engage with and support your daughter.
The Seisen Varsity Basketball team fits in some cultural experiences and a return visit to an orphanage before their tournament begins in Chiang Mai.
Seisen artists from Kindergarten to High School will display their work along with artists from other international school February 12th to 26th.
Marina-Ohtsuka Lee (Class of 2023) hosts her first solo art show at Space M in Nakameguro.
Seisen alum Alisa Yamasaki (Class of 2012) meets an organization of young women that aims to empower women and eliminate gender inequality.
Join us tomorrow morning to help raise money for WHEAT Trust a South African charity that provides women with education, training funding to become self-sufficient.