In October students aged 6-22 will collaborate on environment topics over the course of six exciting weeks: they will study causes and effects of climate change, will try to solve issues and take action. Our project will unite teachers and students across 6 continents.
This project is supported by HH Dalai Lama, UN, WWF, Dr. Jane Goodall and world leaders. During the past years it was featured by media across 45 countries including National Geographic, BBC and CNN.
This year we plan 3 exciting activities for you and your students:
- #PlantED: a global tree planting
- #Mission2Mars: your students' drawings and messages to be sent to Mars thanks to our collaboration with NASA
- #7point5: Do something good on weekly base. How many minutes will we reach after 6 weeks?
Teachers will become part of a global community and receive badges and certificate.
During 6 weeks students will explore, brainstorm, discuss, create, have fun, connect, present and share their findings via weekly videos.
The project targets important skills like Creativity, Empathy, real-world Problem-Solving, Collaboration and Critical Thinking.
By watching their peers' videos learning becomes more authentic. During the last week there will be live online interactions and world-renowned experts will share expertise during webinars.
What is causing Climate Change? How would you define it?
What are the effects of Climate Change?
Launch #plantED initiative
Local to Global
What are causes and effects locally and globally? Connecting with students in other continents.
What are potential solutions? Students try to create prototypes
Start #7point5 initiative
Students exchange findings during live interactions
Webinars by Experts.
Start #Mission2Mars initiative - be surprised!
Students take action and bring change at school, home, community, government.