The project focused on the enhancement of students’ creativity and artistic talent in making short movies or cartoon series and digital storytelling.
Continued from 2010, this project allowed students to continue to explore and revisit the idea of a ‘home’. The collaboration culminated in a film festival at participating schools showcasing all the works from the project.
In this project, students watched videos on countries that are ranked highly in terms of happiness, and shared their reflections on happiness in their own countries using various ICT tools.
Continued from last year, students shared online discussions, videos, films, photographs, etc. on their country’s culture and heritage through the production of their national handicrafts and artwork.
In this project, the students had the opportunity to communicate online across continents and come up with a play on a specific global theme of concern to them.
This project examined the use of food and processed food products/beverages in local or foreign movies, promoting cross-cultural understanding and collaboration using an open IT platform.
Through online storytelling with photos and videos, students highlighted the rich and timeless cultures of their town/country b unravelling the place’s myths, legends, literature, local poetry, and folklore.
In this project, participants assumed the role of a cosmopolitan and explored their cultural heritage, traditions and places of interest, sharing on-site reporting and creating articles and videos.
This project allowed students to develop a greater understanding of the traditional arts, performing arts and any other form of arts within their own culture as well as those of other countries.