Inspired by JR's Ted talk on the Inside Out Project we pondered the question, Could Art Change the World? This guide has been designed to help you explore projects, most of them global, that aim to effect social change using art.
Tom Meltzer: From TED talks to online seminars, video channels crammed with inspirational and thought-provoking lectures are educating us on everything from town planning and depression to body language, animal morality and dangers of sugar in just...
The World Digital Library provides free access to manuscripts, rare books, maps, photographs, and other important cultural documents from all countries and cultures, in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Educators use WeVideo to engage students in learning through the hands-on practice of video creation. From video book reports to field trip documentaries, to science lab tutorials, WeVideo makes learning more meaningful and more fun.
Adam McGuigan, Hong Lok Yuen International School, Hong Kong EXTRACT FROM: The purpose of a central idea For years I have heard many PYP teachers arguing about what makes a good central idea or that central ideas are often too broad or inaccessible...
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