The students investigated special places in their community and explored the reasons why these places are special and significant in their lives, recommending their friends visit these places on a ‘Virtual Tourist’ page.
This project was truly democratic – by the students, for the students and of the students. The rationale for the project was to give students across Asia and Europe a platform to voice their opinion on any and every topic.
Through this project, the students shared information, opinions and creative works about modern day heroes via Facebook apps and multimedia presentations.
The rationale of the Chain Stories project was to allow the students to have fun while writing a story, and at the same time have the opportunity to learn about different genres as they explore the English language.
This project explored the everyday lives of young people. By taking, describing and sharing photos on a blog, students learnt to appreciate their own lives and the lives of others.
Continuing the previous year’s project, students explored sea-related topics such as places, ecology, food, myths, proverbs, songs and legends. Focussing on a single topic each month, peers shared findings and gave feedback.
Through this project, students learnt how to recycle non-biodegradable materials like plastics, and transform these seemingly hazardous wastes into exciting art pieces, landscaping materials, novelty items and other art forms.
This project encouraged students to engage in a collaborative learning task swhich required them to research national and local heroes in their country. Students created and shared multimedia outputs in tribute of these people.
This project allowed students to learn about other countries’ places of interest, while at the same time giving them the opportunity to explore and document their own country using public transport.