Students explored and experienced, as vividly as possible, ways in which different cultures and different ages responded to the same daily needs. Crossing these borders of time and place encouraged reflection among participants.
This project focused on patterns, mathematics, cultures, traditions, lifestyles and how patterns symbolise philosophy of one community. Students observed and explored these patterns online, sharing their learning with one another.
Italian students made a virtual tour on a magic flying carpet to Asia in order to visit their Chinese friends. They explored several aspects of Chinese culture, history, and economy, and produced a collage-style video.
By encouraging students to find out more about the other countries through presentations in five subject areas, students learnt more about the traditions and ceremonies of the other region.
Students deepened their understanding of diverse cultures and the many forms of social activities of other countries. As well as learning to express themselves in different media, students also enriched their writing skills.
A family is built on local foundations, but now exists in a truly global era. Students considered numerous themes relating to existing family values and citizenship, and how these are ‘going global’.
This project enabled students to look beyond their own countries to gain a more nuanced view of the heterogeneity of the countries within Asia and Europe, while being exposed to different research methods and skills.
This project creatively explored approaches and amenities that promote a healthy mental and physical lifestyle in different countries, cultures and geographical regions.
Focusing on architectural structures of their country, students planned and shared a virtual 3-day tour for peers elsewhere. This helped forge friendships and develop knowledge, while working in teams and thinking creatively.