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The Face of A Lifelong Love of Learning
Geneva Day School
Talon… Aerie… Raptor! These words fly to mind as students turn to their science notebooks when observing the National Arboretum Eagle Camera.
Trained on a nest high in a tree, this live camera reveals how eagles prepare to be parents. “Every Friday is a big science day with experiments and questions. Students also use the EagleCam to make use of technology,” explains PreKindergarten teacher Mrs. Pyle.
Again named “Best Preschool” in the Bethesda Magazine Best of Bethesda Readers’ Poll, the school is delighted to engage its “student scientists” through programs powered by STEAM.
“Alumni cite this project as a highlight,” Mrs. Pyle says. “Many continue to follow the eagles on their own computers!” Truly, this Eagle Study grants wings to scientists who embrace a lifelong love of learning.