From: School of Information Engineering
Release Time: 2018-04-16
In order to let the students understand the relevant knowledge of autism and promote the physical and mental health of college students, on the 15th of April, when the heat of the world's autism day has not yet been dispersed, the School of Information Engineering conducts the theme of “We are not lonely with you together” Autism outward Bound & School Quality Development Competition. The Students of the School of Information Engineeringall put down their mobile phones and “escaped” the dormitory and enthusiastically signed up to participate.
The outward Bound consists of eight parts: clip balloons, throwing hydrangeas, knowledge contests, strange blessings, rotating peppers, jumping peppers, invincible hot wheels, and fun puzzles. Participants are divided into fourteen groups, each The team has its own unique team name: No team, Old-age health team, All you said, I said everything, Three monkeys on the tree and so on.
The colorful hula hoop swiftly scrolled on the square. The participating students remained awake for a long time. They clasped the water bottle and focused on the hula hoop. When the hula hoop rolled past them, they aimed at the middle of the hula hoop and threw a bottle of mineral water. When the bottle was dropped into a hula hoop, a certain number of them would advance to the next game session. After successfully passing through the first seven game sessions, the team members used the collected bookmarks to exchange puzzle pieces and grab the other blue ribbon. Each team successfully completes all the game sessions, with the advantage of a shorter total group.
“We hope that everyone will be able to put down their cell phones, walk out of the dormitory, open up their hearts, and promote the development of mental health,”said Cui Junming, the man in charge of the activityt.
It is reported that, the Facing Father and Son Corps team who won the first place in this competition will represent the School of Information Engineering to participate in the recent school-level outward Bound Contest.