This story was a group project from 4th grade students in Taiwan, 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
12th grade art students from Ontario, Canada and 2nd grade art students from Osaka, Japan shared visual representations of their local architecture. [slideshow_deploy id=’1294′] Colleen Rose, 12th grade Art teacher from Ontario,
A young boy’s journey to meet the big world around him. Check it out, and get to know your world!
Bobby shares about an unexpected adventure he experienced while with his family in Abu Dahbi, United Arab Emirates.
Students at The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in group #3 view global citizenship as saving energy and working together.
This story was a group project from our students in Taiwan, who were challenged to create a fictitious story based on the commonalities of their own experiences from our "Stepping out of your comfort zone" activity.
Children all over the world want to share their voices and experiences. We asked some of our participants to share their stories by inviting them to answer the prompt: “My world is…”
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.