Students communicated via social networks, using pictures and videos to showcase various gift-giving traditions in their countries.
Students explored different natural environments and ecosystems, creating an interactive online map of the world’s protected areas.
Showcasing different school activities in Asia and Europe, students learnt to appreciate the diversity and novelty of other cultures.
Students captured, and posted online, stories unfolding daily just outside their windows, meaningfully connecting with peers abroad.
Students unravelled stories about local art, architecture and design to create an online tapestry of different countries’ cultures.
Communicating via Facebook, email and Skype, students wrote 16 short stories for an e-book, which later led to face-to-face exchanges.
This project involved participants identifying scenes and details from movies that defy our scientific knowledge and logic. They shared their findings and entered debates through online fora, and event held a joint “Film Fest”.
Through this project, students took and discussed pictures, and had the opportunity to get to know truly different cultures and countries; not just by what they learn from TV, newspapers or the internet.
This project allowed students to have a better understanding of different areas of their home countries; exploring together the categories of places, events, cultures, food, interesting practices and significant icons.