NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Tens of thousands of Metro Schools students presented science projects Wednesday at Trevecca Nazarene University.
It was the end of school year event for MNPS Project Expo, which provides the opportunity across the district to showcase their learning through project-based learning.
One middle school group worked on a scientific method to determine which was smarter between a rat or a hamster. An elementary school group researched how exactly a kindergartner learns and a high school group studied how glucose impacts society.
During the event, students in grades 5-12 showcased their collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking skills by displaying projects created throughout the year in preparation for college and careers.
The event continues on Thursday.