Author: Solomoni Biumaiono
Source: The Fiji Times Online 
July 15, 2012
"THE Multiple Intelligence School in Suva has engaged its students a shark conservation project that sees them learning in a different way.
Students from Classes One to Nine are encouraged to learn all aspects of shark conservation, including statistics, scientific terms as well as creating their own perceptions about the worldwide conservation efforts to protect sharks.
The school's co-founder Doctor Robin Taylor, through this shark conservation project, says his students are able to learn other subjects like mathematics and English as well as other skills that are applicable in real life."
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