|Title||The World On The Go|
“World on the Go” project provided Asian and European teachers and students with the opportunities to discover the means of public transportation unique in their locality. It sought to create a scenario wherein public transportation provides greater freedom, access, opportunity and choice for all people all over the world. This project was designed to better inform students about the benefits and importance of public transportation, even if they never board a train or a bus. Public transportation consists of buses, subways and light rail, commuter trains, street cars, cable cars, van pool services, paratransit services for senior citizens and people with disabilities, ferries and water taxies, monorails and tramways. Each participant in the project provided the means of public transportation in their own country, their experiences in taking the ride, its importance in their everyday lives and the history in which these came into existence in their own countries.
|Age of Students||12 - 20 years|
|Level of Technology||Intermediate|
|Level of English||Intermediate|
|Coordinator/s||Ms. Helen Balbas AGGABAO|