This School Collaboration focused on the Age of Exploration: Who were the famous explorers? What did they discover? How did they manage their voyages? Based on research, students posted digital presentations of national explorers and created multimedia outputs.
During this School Collaboration, students gained knowledge and understanding about the concept of Imperialism: What is Imperialism? Who had or has imperialized in the world? What footprints has Imperialism left in your own country and around the globe? Based on research, students posted digital presentations of national explorers and created multimedia outputs.
“Colonizing the World” allowed students to gain knowledge and understanding about the Era of Colonization: Who were the leading countries? Who colonized where in the world? What role did their own country play during this era? The pupils posted their answers online and thereby shared their own reflections on colonization with pupils from different ASEM countries.
Students explored the Second World War history of other countries, as well as their own country, by reviewing the top 5 movies about this period, as recommended by their peers, and creating the board game Trivial Pursuit.
Writing intertwining family-related stories set in the past and present, students learnt about their peers’ cultures and histories.
Students conducted interviews with eyewitnesses and survivors of the world war two, accessibly digitizing and archiving oral history.
Wherever you are, a healthy body makes a healthy mind. Students compared different sport lifestyles and habits across Asia and Europe.
This project increased Asian and European students’ awareness of the importance of the heritage of their country, through a collaborative learning environment where students exchanged ideas and became friends.
This project aimed to increase the awareness of the students in Asia and Europe regarding the use of postal stamps, enabling them to be more aware of their roots and comfortable using advanced modern technology.