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Matsuyama Minami High School

 11-1, Suehiro-cho,
       Ehime, JAPAN

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about Matsuyama Minami High School

 Ehime Prefectural Matsuyama Minami High School has been designated as a Super Science High School (SSH) by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology since 2002. We have been researching and developing programs for science education in cooperation with universities and research institutes. We try to bring fascinating and inspiring science activities not only to our students but also to the local community.  Each of our students does a great deal of individual research, and because of their strenuous effort, they have won prizes in various kinds of science fairs.

about SSH

 The SSH project was started in 2002 as part of the "Scientific Literacy Enhancement Initiative" by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. It aims to develop student abilities and develop global leaders with great ambitions in the field of science. And technology. As of 2021, there are 218 high schools designated as SSH, including ours. 

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Scientific Meeting with Mr. MAN'I

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   At noon on Sunday, February 6th, Professor Tomoyasu MAN’I, resident in the United States and assistant professor at the University of Connecticut, held an online exchange meeting with 17 science and mathematics students.

   In the first part, the representative groups from our school, “NEGIBOU’s” and “Vitamin C Team”, gave research presentations, and received guidance and advice from Prof. MAN’I that was specific and easy to understand; advice that could lead to the development of our future research.

   Students not giving presentations were also given careful pointers on how to proceed with their research, focusing on the important aspects of the research methods themselves, as well as how best to show and convey their research through presentations and posters.

   In the second part, a session with Prof. MAN’I was held in which he was posed questions about various topics, including his research, the importance of English overseas, and how to prioritize between the many things one may be interested in. Prof. MAN’I gave valuable answers based on his own experience.

   Finally, Prof. MAN’I gave an encouraging message to the students, saying: “When you are able to conduct experiments, it’s best to do the research properly,” and “Instead of thinking about your university only by their T-scores, I want you to imagine your own life after going on to university, choose your university based on that, and work hard toward that point.”

   I would like to make use of what we learned at today’s exchange meeting for our future research and for the realization of our careers. ■

The Author’s Opinion:
I want to make use of this valuable experience in my life from this day forward.
(209) Rin MIYAMOTO