Karachi, Pakistan and Baltimore, Maryland, USA What does oppression look like? High school students from Karachi, Pakistan and Baltimore, Maryland USA wanted to explore the impact of oppression in their countries, who the targeted groups are,
Secondary students (age, 16 years old) from Philippines and Mexico created projects/presentations around a solution to oil spills. Additionally, via Facebook and structured questions, students personally related and connected with one another.
During October and November of 2015, elementary students in Australia and Taiwan came to learn how development impacts the school/community. For 6 weeks, the digital exchange focusing on the impact of development on the local community members.
When elementary students from two countries pair up to get to know each other, the possibilities for learning are endless. Classes from Australia and Taiwan ranging from ages 6-12 years old, collaborated on a project about life and local
Secondary students ranging from grades 8-11 in India and Mexico, collaborated on a project about the impact of environmental pollution and conservation of within their countries. This exchange consisted of three phases that students needed to
An elementary teacher in Mississippi, who incorporates cross-cultural learning in math and science subjects, connected with a high school math class in Mexico to engage in a unique exchange. The 4th-6th grade mixed class in Mississippi are
High School students in Mexico connected with 6th graders in South Korea to create an exchange that focused on recycling. Through this exchange students reused various items to create “Second Life” products. The students in Mexico also hosted
Imagine a gallery of cultural images from students who celebrate different cultures. A secondary Art class from Canada and 2 secondary Art classes from Mexico did. Over the Fall 2014 semester, these 3 classes worked together to investigate and