This collaboration gives students the opportunity to understand that community service is an essential part of life and prepares them to take responsibilities by inculcating in them the will to contribute positively to their societies.
This collaboration helps to enhance the knowledge of the students in green technology with the outcome posted on the blog/website to be share with the local community.
The collaboration allows students to learn about different approaches towards water conservation in Asia and Europe. They will take pictures and videos of water facilities at home and and produce videos based on their observations on how water is produced, used and conserved in both regions.
As active participants of a global community, the participating students will be challenged to participate in contributing to smart solutions and to create awareness on the endangered species in Asia and Europe.
The collaboration enables the students to develop creative thinking and entrepreneurial skills for life and learn to be culturally sensitive and globally aware of their abilities to make a difference. The students will participate in national and global initiatives within the vision of Human Rights based approach and the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The collaboration create awareness among students on the importance of marine and freshwater resources. Through virtual interactions and knowledge sharing, it also helps the students to improve their digital competences and understanding of the culture values in Asia and Europe.
The collaboration focuses on raising students’ awareness on waste management and the amount of waste produced around the world. Students will research, learn and share the waste management initiatives taken in their home countries with each other through social media.
The collaboration allows the students to research and compare the concept of sustainability at national level and present their findings in an online magazine with URLs to Instagram and YouTube videos.
The collaboration invite the students to produce ecobrick made of recycled materials to contribute to the green initiatives. It also allows the students and school communities to gain awareness and take personal responsibility to reduce the usage of plastic.