Seeking inspiration from their own countries, students posted their own and existing ideas for being more “green” on an online forum.
Students examined impacts of humans on ecosystems, before reflecting on their actions and proposing small-scale practical solutions.
Using online platforms, students proposed, shared and voted on practical solutions to environmental problems within their communities.
In guided online discussions, students thought of ways to use dance, drama, fine arts and music to create environmental awareness.
Students collaboratively identified solutions to natural disaster-related issues, enhancing their empathy, creativity and ICT skills.
This project aimed to promote volunteering among young students, encouraging students to be socially responsible and caring individuals equipped with leadership qualities and ICT skills.
This project focused on raising students’ environmental awareness, who found examples of air, soil and water pollution in their area or country, took photos or videos and shared their findings through their acebook group.
This project was all about what we can do to recycle as much plastic as possible and inspire each other to recycle more. As a joint project, the students made a movie covering the subject of recycling of our ‘fantastic plastic’.
This project sparked awareness of the importance of rainfall monitoring in our communities. It also sought to assist in disaster preparedness by providing a community-based early warning system for landslides and flash floods.
Students investigated the history of houses relating to architecture, function, building materials, interior, colour, pattern, etc. They reported their ideas using different kinds of media, and compared it with the others.