Teachers in Surabaya, Indonesia and Sydney, Australia believe that dispelling stereotypes is a continuous practice that should begin in elementary school. Both teachers partnered their Grade 5 and 6 students for a digital cultural exchange with
One of our favorite types of exchanges to manage at Know My World is across the social and cultural differences of age groups. During the January to June 2017 EveryWorld Initiative, high school students from Pekanbaru, Indonesia and
Elementary school teachers in India and the USA worked together to increase awareness of global problems for their 10 and 11 year old students. Through research-based discussions, interactive video exchange, and the creation of White Papers,
By answering critical questions about education, pastimes and global citizenship, 12-14 year old students in Ukraine and Pennsylvania learned about their differences and similarities. With the support of the Know My World facilitator, teachers
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,
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
My challenge was when I was in Bangbao in Thailand. I was traveling by myself for the first time and it was an experience like never before, especially meeting new people. When I was at this hotel, I knew there were two other people nearby, a
*Please contact us if you are interested in helping Uan and Cambodian Kids Care Uan: No, I am doing it alone. I did work with my friend in Proudly Open Mind, but he went broke so no money. But before was ok, he had a lot of money. Last year.