“The Bridge – Connecting Two Things Or More!” allowed students to dive into the historical connections and cultures of their own as well as other countries.
A sequel project from “KWARTED! A Card Game for Four,” this collaboration allowed students to widen their language skills and knowledge of another country by developing a kwartet game. This edition focused on history.
This collaboration allowed students to bond with their grandparents while learning about the traditional food cooked at home. They compiled the authentic recipes of popular dishes and explored the cultural positioning of each dish.
This School Collaboration was a joint photography project. Students captured images of their culture with their own camera and shared them with Asian and European peers. The objective was to select motives relevant to their respective cultures, highlight the art of observation and create an enriching learning experience for others.
This collaboration showcased the beauty of diversity of all participating schools. Through blogs, schools shared information about their region, geography and nature, local cultures and lifestyles.
This School Collaboration traced the diversity of national diasporas and found elements of it locally. Students collected information about artefacts in their home-country, connected with partner countries and presented them in short articles and video clips.
Students from different countries posted photographs of their daily lives, sharing elements of their cultures and giving meaningful photographic feedback and tips to their peers.
Students compiled travel itineraries for their peers visiting their city/ town/ region. They selected and described the most attractive sights and activities, compiling with pictures and videos, and sharing it using social media.
By sharing what they value on personal, community, national and global levels, students gained greater appreciation of how these aspects of their lives are similar yet different for youth across Asia and Europe.