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.
Reading gives us knowledge; knowledge gives us power to improve our lives and the world! Connect with readers in another country to form a partnership in our book club to promote global literacy and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
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.
Knowing and sharing your own Heritage is like an open window onto the others. We share the World Heritage. We are but one planet.
An international teddy bear exchange using email and/or web forums.
Students experiment with alternative energy uses by making, testing, and using solar cookers.
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 so on through the communication and collaboration with global friends.
As the final event of the NDYS2018, we will get together in Niigata, Japan with collaboration with iEARN Taisho Koto Project. We would like to have a workshop and presentations there.
Students create elongated portraits of themselves with symbols of their past, present, and future.
Students experiment with 3D software and/or share their ideas for a 3D project that they would like to work on.
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.