Sharing problems faced in their school, students from Asia and Europe collaboratively used light technology inventions to solve them.
This project culminated in online news broadcasts with students enhancing their collaborative research, production and editing skills.
By creating online interactive brochures, students shared with peers itineraries that uncovered the rich heritage of their country.
Students contributed creatively to an e-magazine, sharing their articles on cultural topics of interest to themselves and their peers.
Asian and European students learnt about each other’s cultural history, by exploring the English language and creating a phrase book.
Using mobile technology during outdoor educational “learning trails”, students learnt about their own and others’ cultures.
Students researched the less fortunate in their society and identified groups whose needs they would like to meet. They proposed actions to help this group and, lastly, they completed these actions, sharing their results online.
In this project, the students took a closer look at a local area, conducting a trail which showcased the unique socio-cultural landscape of diverse ethnic groups in their home countries.
This project involved students researching the wonders of our world, exchanging their findings using Facebook and a website, and classifing it in a special online encyclopaedia.
Students improved their academic skills as well as team building and critical thinking. They contributed to their school communities by participating in meaningful service learning projects and shared their experience online.