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  • One Day in the Life

    Students share their photographs with caption of daily life and discuss it with partner students. Every minute we live is a life deserves to be remembered and shared with others.

     


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Beauty of the Beasts

    It sensitizes students and teachers about the endangered and extinct species and cultivate the feeling of responsibility and awareness in them for the beasts.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • World We Live in/ Мир, в котором мы живем

    Participants discuss the world and environment they live in and how to improve it according to the Sustainable Development Goals / 

    Участники проекта обсуждают мир, в котором они живут, окружающую среду и то, как сделать их лучше согласно ценностям и принципам Хартии Земли, а также Целям устойчивого развития.

     


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • My City and Me

    This project is about cultural, social and environmental aspects of the cities we live in.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Machinto - Hiroshima for Peace

    What Hiroshima/Nagasaki mean today after 75 years.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Daffodils & Tulips

    Students plant daffodil and tulip bulbs and compare when they blossom.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • YouthCaN - Youth Communicating and Networking

    Students sharing their interests and projects around protecting the environment in their communities and collaborating with students in other areas doing the same.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Girl Rising - Education for All

    Girl Rising journeys around the globe to witness the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world. Students get to know nine unforgettable girls living in the developing world: ordinary girls who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to achieve their dreams and obtain a quality education.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • CIVICS

    An action-based project in which students evaluate and act on social issues in their communities, promoting service learning and community leadership.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Write On

    A project that uses interesting prompts to have students express them and develop good writing skills.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Digital Citizenship----becoming digitally responsible

    This project aims at equipping Digital Natives of 21st Century to gain knowledge and develop skills to use the digital technologies responsibly and confidently for effective communication with the global community. 

     


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Finding Solutions to Hunger

    Students will research and discuss the root causes of hunger in the world, learning to take meaningful action to create a more just and sustainable world.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Kids International Film Festival (KIFF)

    Students make a short film and screen their movie and movies by other schools.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Folk Costumes Around the Globe

    Students are invited to provide pictures with folk costumes, describe traditions, upload videos with folk dances from their countries.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Folk Tales/Storytelling: Past and Present

    Students will share their stories in traditional and digital forms and through live storytelling sessions, sharing pictures and videos prepared by students about folk tales.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Global Art: A Sense of Caring

    The purpose of this project is to support youth to exchange digital photos/artwork and writing on the theme of caring.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites

    Students study the heritage in their country and teach each other, then they make guided tours to a place in their country.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • The Teddy Bear Project

    An international teddy bear exchange using email and/or web forums.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Orillas Clases Hermanas

    Cada pareja de clases hermanas tendrá su espacio para llevar a cabo su proyecto colaborativo.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Talking Kites Around the World

    A tradition of flying kites with personal and group images of our dreams for a better world,
    in the footsteps of J. Korczak


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Holiday Card Exchange

    Classrooms explain their holiday traditions by sending cards to their partners around the world.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Our Story Book

    ‘’Our Story Book’’ is a project, which invites those who are interested in creative writing to create one amazing story together with your partners by exchanging ideas from diverse cultures and countries. In the process of collaboration with international partners, students can contribute their ideas to the story, and also learn from others’ opinions.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Local History Project

    Местная история - это история наших родных мест, которая также может включать историю наших семей, описания традиций, деревенской кухни и фольклора.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Digital Storytelling: Exploring Identity Workshop

    This project is complete 

    Participants explored their identity and learned about others through digital storytelling.


    Age(s): 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • My Dream World

    A warm and open place for all students to share their ideas about their ideal world.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Special Place

    To promote intercultural exchange and contribute a better world to live in, participants are invited to share local places that are precious to them in any digital forms.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • MY HERO Call to Action

    In this time of coronavirus, there are people around the world helping others. MY HERO is collecting stories about these heroes in your community around the world who are helping others during the coronavirus outbreak. The hero can be anyone! Join iEARN and MY HERO honoring these heroes. For more information:  https://myhero.com/coronavirus-community-heroes-call-for-entries


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Solar Cooking Project

    Students experiment with alternative energy uses by making, testing, and using solar cookers.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • My Identity, Your Identity

    Students talk about their traditional celebrations, the famous monuments, and landmarks in their countries.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • My Name Around the World Project

    Students research, find and send information about own name. Students will answer different questions connecting with own name. Students can create different visualizations of name: posters, handicraft, drawing,etc. Students will make blogs and sharing information about name and photos.

    Trainers and master-teachers can use this project as tool for Beginner teachers.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • My School, Your School

    This project aims at comparing school life around the world through the voice of their own participants.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Narnia and CS Lewis

    Join participants around the world in a discussion of the magic books, "Chronicles of Narnia," written by CS Lewis.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Natural Disaster Youth Summit

    We are all living in the age of pandemic.

    This is not someone's problem, but the problem of ourselves and all human.

    To protect ourselves from diseases such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, droughts, we need to add COVID-19 as well.

    Let’s share our ideas and learn how to protect ourselves from disasters in NDYS project.

    This is a project in which children will learn the importance of human lives and how to reduce disaster impacts such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, droughts and diseases such as COVID-19 through the communication and collaboration with global friends.

    Theme 2020-2021: 'Living in the age of pandemic. Share our ideas to survive.' 


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • OF2 - Our Footprints, Our Future

    This project is all about reducing our Carbon footprint for a better world to live.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • School Activity Exchange

    Students talk about the specific of their schools uniforms tokens, histories, inner cultures, and exchange school activities.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Origami Project

    Art therapy and how ORIGAMI works


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Pen Friends - Pen Pals

    Through letter writing, we aim to 1) Contribute to Peace in the world; 2) Promote Friendship within the community; and 3) Improve our Culture.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Futuros Maestros: Conociendo a Nuestros Estudiantes, Conociéndonos a Nosotros Mismos

    Los futuros maestros dialogan sobre sus filosofías educativas, comparan ambientes de aprendizaje, participan en proyectos de las redes globales de aprendizaje o exploran la integración de la tecnología para lograr la transformación en sus ambientes escolares hacia el éxito de TODOS los estudiantes, de diferentes trasfondos lingüísticos y culturales.


    Age(s): Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Early People Symbols

    The purpose of this project is to explore early people’s symbols meaning and history.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Español: Mi Escuela, Tu Escuela

    El proyecto busca comparar escuelas alrededor del mundo para reforzar la identidad y el sentido de pertenencia de los alumnos por sus escuelas y fomentar el respeto por las otras culturas a través del conocimiento de ella


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Taisho Koto

    How do you feel about power of the music? This project explores the harmonies from Taisho Koto, a traditional Japanese instrument, to open the way to the future.

     


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Heart to Heart

    Heart to Heart is a project that promotes friendship around the world.It is a project that involves writing.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Don't Waste - Create

    RECYCLE - UPCYCLE, USE - REUSE


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Money Matters / Денежные вопросы

    Money Matters is an ongoing project where students are able to get into conversation about money, learn some facts about history of money and about money in other countries, discuss students’ pocket money and proverbs about money, make media products about money.
     


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Medicine in My Backyard (Plant Club)

    Students play the role of ethno-botanists to investigate medicinal plants in their communities, then share their learning virtually with other classrooms.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Nature's Global Zoo

    Students will create virtual zoos representing the area in which they live and present them virtually to create a global zoo we all can visit.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Alternate Reality

    If our students can't physically walk in one another's shoes, what if they "Photoshopped" each other in? In this project, students create and exchange digital photocomposites to visually imagine what their partners' lives might be like if they lived in their community.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Global Food Show and Tell

    Students share, compare and contrast different types of foods eaten in their home countries.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Smiling World

    We are trying to promote happiness throughout the world by bringing international smiles to you.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • iMagzz-Making Myself Heard

    An e-magazine for students to express themselves


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Heritage around the World/Patrimoine Mondial

    Knowing and sharing your own Heritage is like an open window onto the others. We share the World Heritage. We are but one planet.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Morocco - USA One Day in the Life Project Exchange

    Morocco - USA One Day in the Life Project Exchange


    Age(s): 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Español: Te Cuento un Cuento

    Te cuento un cuento es un proyecto colaborativo de alcance internacional que invita a los alumnos - y sus docentes- de nivel inicial, primario y secundario, a producir y compartir cuentos a partir de imágenes y sonidos utilizando el lenguaje como medio creativo.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Global STEAM

    This project uses math as a unifying tool to investigate and understand our shared world.  Activities are designed to appeal to a broad range of students and ability levels.  They can also be easily adapted for non-math teachers.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Solar Explorers

    Students will research alternative energy sources with a focus on solar energy, looking at the UN Sustainable Development Goal 7; and then design, construct and test a solar cooker as an example of alternative energy use and compare their results with other schools.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Healthy Generation and Traditional Cuisine

    A project that encourages researching, cooking, sharing, co-operating and making friends throughout the world.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Lugares y costumbres de mi ciudad

    Una propuesta para ampliar el conocimiento del lugar donde viven los niños, sus costumbres y tradiciones; y enriquecer las competencias lingüísticas y comunicativas.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Earth Stewardship Project

    The Earth Stewardship Project is a hands-on and project-based educational initiative that provides students the opportunity to develop 21st century critical thinking skills, creativity, innovation and an openness to new ideas and perspectives.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • TYGUAS: feathered friends

    En este proyecto "TYGUAS, amigos emplumados", se convierten en una "bella y sonora excusa" para conocer, valorar, aprender y proteger a estas especies voladoras de la comunidad local y global.

    Pretende validar la función de los niños y niñas como verdaderos "Guardianes de las aves " de diversos centro educativos de Latinoamérica.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • World of Music

    Understanding the Music of the World to create a collaborative videos based on UN sustainable goals.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected

    Reading gives us knowledge; knowledge gives us power--encourage your students to share what they are reading  with peers around the world.  Inspire them to use what they learn to improve their lives and the world.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Water is Life

    The iEARN Water is Life project will bring students into active research and action-oriented collaboration  concerning water as the vital essence of life.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Save The Innocent

    Youth create media with their perspective on the best way of providing services to help children living with HIV/AIDS.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Golden Ratio

    The planned project is international depends on collaborative approach and aims to make a connection between math and art by using the golden ratio.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • 3D Ideas

    Students experiment with 3D software and/or share their ideas for a 3D project that they would like to work on.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Staying Healthy

    This project enables students to develop a healthy life style to keep their mind and body performing at their best.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Cultural Package Exchange

    Schools from two different countries exchange a box full of cultural items such as cultural clothes, food and ornaments. 


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • GOMI on Earth

    I am GOMI. People say I am  Garbage or Trash in English. No matter what language you speak , I am still GOMI ; I am still Trash ! This project is about the long journey of GOMI on EARTH and what we can do about it!


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Atlas de la Diversidad Cultural

    El ATLAS es un Proyecto colaborativo Internacional: una red social en la que profesores y alumnos establecen lazos de cooperación y amistad, gran biblioteca multimedia construida gracias a las aportaciones de los participantes (escuelas de diferentes países que trabajan de manera colaborativa).


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Hands for Peace, Mãos para a Paz, Manos para la Paz

    The main purpose of Hands for Peace is the discussion of Peace values and attitudes related with it. The project was conceived having in mind that talking about peace is never enough.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Amigos alrededor del mundo - Friends Around the World

    Estudiantes (edades entre los 3 y 8 años) leerán el libro "Amigos" u otros textos de literatura infantil y participarán en actividades sobre los temas de la amistad, la diversidad y la inclusión.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Be Kind, Don't Leave them Behind

    Students of different ages and from all over the world will collaborate to reduce the suffering of vulnerable people in their respective communities and share their stories.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Diccionario Afectivo / Affective Dictionary / Diccionari afectivo

    ESP - Proyecto colaborativo en red para trabajar los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible de Naciones Unidas.
    ENG - A collaborative project to promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
    CAT - Projecte col·laboratiu en xarxa per treballar els objectius de desenvolupament sostenible de Nacions Unides


    Age(s): N/A     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • International Film Club

    Empower your students to make a difference by reflecting on the important themes that movies and documentaries portray.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • 360 VR Cultural Exchange

    Students from around the world exchange immersive 360° virtual reality imagery of their lives and communities as a way to exchange culture and celebrate diversity, using VR apps, cameras, and headgear.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Dreamline World

    Dreamline helps young people everywhere believe in their dreams.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Folk and Culture Project

    It is for the local culture that should be handed down in the next generation in their local society.
    It would lead to strength the tie of regional society when the industrial and academic sectors support it together.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • STICK - Measuring the Circumference of the Earth

    Stick is a collaborative project of international scope that invites students and their secondary teachers to repeat the experience of measuring the circumference of the earth as Eratosthenes did 2200 years ago, using simply a stick, a lot of imagination and a little information.
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    Stick es un proyecto colaborativo de alcance internacional que invita a los alumnos y sus docentes de secundario a repetir la experiencia de medir la circunferencia de la tierra como lo realizó Eratóstenes hace 2200 años, utilizando simplemente un palo, mucha imaginación y un poco de información.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Protectores en acción

    Se pretende generar conciencia a través de distintas acciones por un cambio en los humanos sobre la tenencia responsable de animales domésticos y silvestres.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Virtual Peace Education Camp (V-PEC)

    Sharpen awareness about the existence of unpeaceful relationships between people and within and between nations and equip children and adults with personal conflict resolution skills.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • #Decarbonize #Decolonize

    The object of this project is that the students should be aware of the problem of Climate Change and Global Warming on our planet.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • TOPA (The Olympics & Paralympics in Action) Project

    TOPA (The Olympics & Paralympics in Action) Project aims to foster friendship, spirit of encouragement and unity in diversity through learning about the Olympic & Paralympic Games, especially their values. This year’s TOPA stands as a “beacon of hope” with a special focus on wellbeing and solidarity, as students take action to encourage both each other and worldwide athletes striving to do their best in response to COVID-19.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • The Parlour

    Small groups of students use videoconferencing or other synchronous communication software to hold informal live chats on any topic - or no topic at all!


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • De la Mano de Mis Abuelos / In the Footsteps of My Grandparents

    Se hermanan escuelas de distintos países y cuyas clases trabajarán distintas actividades con los abuelos para intercambiar y compartir diferentes informaciones de diferentes tiempos pasados.

    Schools from different countries come together to participate in different activities with their grandparents to exchange and share different information from different past times.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • ABC Cultural

    Creación de un libro de ABC Cultural mediante la interacción de compañeros locales y globales.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Digital StoryTelling for Exchange

    Students will create 2mn video-mediated and structured stories on life experience to establish mutual understanding to strengthen tolerance, and hence minimize prejudice and bias.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Ruta 34

    Proyecto colaborativo para trabajar la resolución de problemas matemáticos, a través de la gamificación y la geolocalización.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • International Dinner Party

    Students will make a painting of a typical dinner place-setting from their individual countries, then write something about it.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Nuestra Tierra: La deforestación

    Contribuir a la generación de una conciencia ambiental, basada en el conocimiento del entorno natural y social de los estudiantes de diferentes regiones del mundo. Basado en ODS # 15 Life on Land, gestionar de forma sostenible los bosques.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Day of the Dead - Traditions Around the World

    This project promote the dialogue between different cultures through a collaborative research strategy to share and understand the cultural traditions around the world associated with the Day of the Dead. 

    This is the website of the project.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Art Connect

    Establish Cultural Connections between countries and cultures with the aim of creating a multicultural kaleidoscope of the arts, by combining the arts/music/dance together.


    Age(s): N/A     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Seven Common Objects

    Explore how our culture impacts creative-problem solving and self-expression by sharing the artistic, practical, whimsical objects that we create using the same seven common objects.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • 'GOLD' (Global Ownership of Learning and Development)

    'GOLD' Project aims to create a global community of learners responsible for sustainable self-development, socio-cultural engagement in academic progress and well-being as Covid -19 Response.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Ecoselfie

    Students themselves become important actors in a natural landscape to promote and preserve different aspects of the ecosystems where they live.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • We Create for You, World

    The project aims at acknowledging student personal experiences, their perspectives on the present and the future, sharing student outlooks globally and creating the "Digital Visualisation".


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Expresa lo que sientes

    Brindar habilidades que ayuden a expresar y manejar emociones que puedan interferir en la convivencia diaria y en tiempos de pandemia. ODS 3 y 4.

    Expresa lo que sientes


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • La gent del meu carrer / La gente de mi calle

    Discover local history based on the research and investigation of the origin of the name of the streets and landmarks in your city


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Geofestes

    Descubre el patrimonio cultural y el folklore de cada ciudad a través de la descripción de las tradiciones populares y sus fiestas.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Ciutats lectores

    Un projecte literari web 2.0 que té com a objectiu principal fomentar la lectura entre els joves a través del joc i l’ús dels dispositius mòbils


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A
  • Coronavirus - Las matemáticas de la pandemia.

    El proyecto permite a los jovenes mirar a la pandemia a traves de los datos, números, tablas y gráficas.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): N/A     |     Subject(s): N/A