When learning a new language it’s important to learn about the culture as well. High school students in Taiwan who are learning to speak Spanish were matched in a cultural exchange with students in Mexico. They spent six weeks getting to know
During the Spring semester, Graduate Students in the Dynamics of Planned Change course at the State University of New York, Masters of Professional Studies Program, engaged in The Sharability Project with 5th grade students at the American
Elementary students in Brazil and Wisconsin, USA participated in the Journal Swap for Peace project created by Know My World. This particular project first brings awareness to students in relation to their environment. They start to explore
Two secondary and college level teachers, Amanda from South Korea and Heidi from Canada created a letter exchange with students to practice English Language Arts. With this exchange, students were asked to have a general discussion together
The American School of Taichung and the Boys & Girls Club in Tennessee have been actively exchanging information about personal and school life. Virtual letters and questions, as well as hand written letters, have been passed back and forth
High school students from Canada, Mexico and England* united to share their culture through photography and written ancestral history. Using Google+ Community, students uploaded photographs and links to personal blogs, depicting various
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.