Asking local communities “what are you hungry for?”, students explored innovative and sustainable uses of scarce resources.
Considering local environmental challenges, students wrote personal eco-dictionaries and diaries, sharing best practices with peers.
By sharing life lessons to improve awareness of, and preparedness for, natural disasters, students collated good practices online.
Students created and shared films, songs, stories and art to show what they value on personal, community, national, and global levels.
Examining the phenomenon of mass migration, students exchanged different related media and began an intensive online dialogue.
Students assumed the role of teachers, by designing and shooting stop-motion videos to explain topics from their own curriculum.
In its second edition, this project helped students appreciate how different languages work and how together they enrich culture.
Students learnt about mathematics and famous mathematicians from other countries, while improving their online presentation skills.
This project invited teachers and students to discuss and document the similarities and differences of school life in Asia and Europe