In major subject science class, the students have been learning about the human eye.
Today, they started making models of the human eye.
They got to work using cards, compasses, and craft knives to measure and cut out the irises.
Then they used construction paper to color the irises. They cut out the eye shape and then made a base to act as the retina.
After that, they began making a large-scale 3D display of the human eye to show how light and images are processed.
The project will continue over the coming weeks.
At ATLAS, the students not only learn the theory and facts, but they have the chance to put theory into practice. That’s ATLAS way of learning!