Students researched a social problem and evaluated current policies that seek to address it, creating awareness of the problem and its related policies through a medium of their choice, and proposing solutions.
Students mapped animals in their country, researching and observing them to produce awareness-raising educational Facebook videos.
People travel for many reasons, but all need guides. Using online apps, students created customized travel guides to their local area.
The students involved in this project built their own dance robots. A robot party was organized and videos of the event were published on the internet.
This project sought to engage students in mathematical problem-solving, and to promote and develop students’ ability in solving mathematical problems.
This project encompassed tourism, economics, advertising, designing and management. It allowed students to research, plan and market itineraries, as if they were travel agents, to unique areas in their own countries.
Teachers and students gathered for a 5-day cave expedition mentored by experts. Using the V.O.C.A.L concept which is the acronym for voluntarism, caring and loving spirits, students learnt how to care for the environment.
Students selected a country in Asia or Europe and, having studied its traditions and engaged with its local embassy, acted as ‘ambassadors’ in their local community by giving multimedia presentations which was published online.
As in last year’s project, by conducting surveys and research, students got to know codes of conduct and dress codes of different schools, before having lively debates about what they reflect about, and their impact on, culture.