The project aims to make students aware of the similarities and differences in school life around the world. We hope for students to be able to evaluate their own educational system in a critical way and for them to see how they can help to improve it in their role as students.
YouthCaN is a network of youth-directed groups around the world who share an interest in studying and protecting the environment. They coordinate local hikes, explorations, and investigations of environmental topics, and share these explorations through online YouthCaN forums and at local and international events.
Math is always an important part of our lives. In this project students can think deeply about how math can help or create a better life, explore how math is used in their communities, and take action to promote greater equity in the world around them.
This project promotes active and responsible citizenship through international environmental science collaboration. Groups can participate in river excursions with "hands-on" water analysis, professional mentoring and networking, video conferences, and workshop presentations.
This project aims to foster tolerance and understanding of cultures other than your own. After teachers register, the facilitator matches you with a partner class. Once paired, classes exchange a Teddy Bear or other soft toy through postal mail and then use online forums and email to interact during the exchange.
Find partners who share the vision that education can be enhanced and the world made better through collaborative uses of technology.
Participants collaborate in a multi-lingual and visual platform.
Join interactive curriculum-based groups in which students aged 5-20 are creating, researching, sharing opinions, and becoming global citizens. Students and educators communicate and collaborate in over 200 forums through text, images, videos, sound and real-time media.