Students revealed the history of the streets in their countries. They shared articles and videos of street parades, street sports, street musicians and festivals, and considered how important they are to our lives.
During this Online Collaboration, students captured and shared photos with their peers. Through these still pictures relating to different themes, they explored the culture of their own country, as well as of other countries.
Students collated traditional recipes from the two regions to create an online recipe book. While cooking dishes and sharing pictures online, students bonded with family and learnt about countries’ culinary heritages.
Following the previous year’s edition, students were encouraged to discuss issues such as Intercultural Education, Multilingualism, Diversity, Hate Speech, Globalisation, Citizenship, Multiculturalism and Human Rights.
By conducting webinars about traditions in their communities, students taught peers from other countires about their rich culture.
Students assumed the role of blogger by exploring, and posting about, places of interest unique to their city, region or country.
Using Facebook, students shared findings of their research on different tribal groups and the challenges they face to survive.
Students translated, spiced-up, and performed traditional stories, legends and fairy tales, showcasing cultural lessons and values.
Students introduced themselves and their hometowns, exchanging online posts, photos and videos of their hobbies and interests.