In this social activism exchange between high school students in Mexico and South Korea students shared aspects of their daily lives with each other and also depictions of social and political events occurring in their countries. The focus of
Two very unlikely matches show the world how Art can bridge the gap between cultures and distance. Graduate degree students in the United States and Elementary summer camp participants in Taiwan engaged in the same art projects for the summer.
Journal Swap for Peace Spring 2013 included 20 participants from Wisconsin, USA and Kalgoolrie School of the Air in Australia. This inspiring exchanged included elementary students in the US and Australian students in geographically isolated
This story was a group project from 3rd grade students in New York, who were challenged to create a fictitious story based on the commonalities of their own experiences from our “Leadership and Global Impact” prompt through The Sharability
This story was a group project from 9th grade students in New York. Students were challenged to create a fictitious story based on the commonalities of their own experiences using the “Leadership and Global Impact” prompt through The Sharability