This collaboration gives students the opportunity to understand that community service is an essential part of life and prepares them to take responsibilities by inculcating in them the will to contribute positively to their societies.
“What Makes a Happy Life” will combine various tasks and methods of work which aim at equipping students with some practical life clues about what makes a happy life.
This collaboration helps to enhance the knowledge of the students in green technology with the outcome posted on the blog/website to be share with the local community.
A collaboration that engages self-identified student writers in a global writing community to write for pleasure and share their thoughts with peers in Asia and Europe.
The project aims to create backpacker trips of 7 days long. These itineraries will include routes, modes of transportation, hotels, must visit places, local cuisine and a sightseeing programme. The final product will be a travel guide book published on a travel blog, and maybe inspire students and teachers for their future holiday plans.
The collaboration allows students to learn about different approaches towards water conservation in Asia and Europe. They will take pictures and videos of water facilities at home and and produce videos based on their observations on how water is produced, used and conserved in both regions.
As active participants of a global community, the participating students will be challenged to participate in contributing to smart solutions and to create awareness on the endangered species in Asia and Europe.
The collaboration enables the students to describe and illustrate their daily lives and daily life lessons in multimedia products such as videos, photos, and graphic designs. It aims to sensitise the students to detect similarities and differences amongst them, and to learn how to develop mutual respect through sharing personal learning stories.
This collaboration invites students to work with global peers to chalk out cultural changes and developments in their respective local communities and societies. Students will learn and share similarities and differences of their countries & cultures, ranging from daily lifestyle to traditional beliefs and celebrations