Collaborative Lesson/Class Projects

How would you like to:

 

  • give your students a fresh perspective on current events in the Middle East by connecting your class with students in that region.
  • facilitate a discussion on a classic British novel with students from the UK, India or other regions of the world.
  • join classes in US and Russia to create co-taught units on the Cold War.
  • connect with a class in Argentina to work on language fluency.
  • connect with a school from a different hemisphere to collect data for a project.
  • collaborate with a school in southern California to study an issue of global importance such as water shortages.
  • compare life for a typical teenager in cities all over the world.
  • calculate the size of Earth by reenacting the famous Eratosthenes experiment between your city and another one at a different latitude.
  • organize a debate on genetically modified foods.
  • connect with a school from a different hemisphere to collect data for a Math IA.
  • compare CAS experiences between schools from other parts of the world.
  • have your students give their Theory of Knowledge presentations to a class in another IB school via Skype.
  • ask a class in Gstaad, Switzerland to share data and have a discussion on how climate change has impacted glaciers in the region.