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.
A continued project from 2010, this GoCyberGreen project was designed as a series of steps that built up to a final presentation on industry and the environment with an emphasis on local culture and heritage.
The aim of the project was for students to learn more about the ecological problems of the seas in Asia and Europe, and for students to consider solutions.
The objective of this project was to increase awareness among youth and present alternative ways of commuting that are more eco-friendly.
Students and teachers shared what they know about the forests nearest to them. Each school planned and conducted activities that enabled the students to know the forest better, sharing their findings online.
With growing urbanisation and depleting forests around the world, this project included preparing and distributing tree saplings and capturing the event through films to spread awareness.
Students identified and shared their views on the news and articles concerning the environment, coming up with solutions which were compiled and submitted to the relevant environment Ministries or other environment-related NGOs.
This project exposed students to the issue of biodiversity, encouraging them to explore an object or event that they thought had an environmental value related to biodiversity, before sharing this exploration online.
This project allowed students to explore the interactions between plants and animals in river ecosystems, through an online community platform created to inspire environmental action.