Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in Group #4 view global citizenship as aiding those who may be less fortunate.
Students at The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in group #3 view global citizenship as saving energy and working together.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in Group#2 view global citizenship as helping others.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in Group #1 define global citizenship as team work and the exclusion of racism.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club in New York and Hong Kong answer the question: “What is global citizenship?”. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 Hong Kong
The purpose of this exchange was to provide an opportunity for elementary students from Taiwan to express themselves while sharing their culture and personal interests with students in America.
During the 2010- 2011 school year students in New York participated in an article exchange with students in Taiwan. Their goal was to create a school newspaper that would be viewable online through their school’s internal network.