As a final product, students from different schools and countries held a simultaneous photo exhibition. Uncovering layers to the stories behind the photos, each photo was enhanced with so-called “augmented reality”.
Uncovering daily lives of youngsters through photos, students examined cultural similarities and differences between Asia and Europe.
This project re-established a creative forum for young writers and artists to publish work and shape wider cultural understanding.
Students collaboratively produced their interviews and reports on sports, politics, culture and environment to be broadcast online.
Contributing to a blog, students explored special occasions in different countries through photos and videos taken by their peers.
In this project, students assumed the role of travel journalists. They explored ways of life, cultural heritage, traditions, and places of interest, reporting on-site and creating video or audio articles.
Continued from the previous year, this project focused on sensitizing students to the importance of water on our planet and the efforts that should be made to preserve and protect that valuable natural element.
Having researched different countries’ reality TV shows, students analyzed the degree to which behavior’s exhibited were culturally-specific or universal.
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.