The Argentinian students planned which students will create which slide in one collaborative PowerPoint Presentation. They recreated a famous landscape in North-Argentina in Minecraft.
The Belgian students are creating scenes in Lego and are creating their Lego Dream Gardens. They are planning their stop motion film
The Indian students started to do research on the subject and started creating PowerPoint presentations in group.
The Israeli students started to create PowerPoint presentation in jigsaw group collaboration.
The Kiwis started to do research by looking at the UN goals for water. They went on a excursion for one week in which they studied water. They collected water samples at camp to test back at school during the second week.
Looking at the UNs goal for water before we start our task! @zelfstudie @morg3nm @HillGunna pic.twitter.com/dphDwgNaO8— Nikkie (@noisyteacher) 17 oktober 2016
Collaborating on our week one Office Mix for Project Water @noisyteacher @zelfstudie Wai Water? pic.twitter.com/VC0o2xzc7P— Jodi Hill (@HillGunna) 18 oktober 2016
The US students recreated wonderful scenes like Yosemite Falls and the Pacific ocean in Minecraft and kept track of their progress in PowerPoint.
The US students did research about their state, city and the Mississippi river, which resulted in one comprehensive PowerPoint presentation.
The Vietnamese students visited some waterways and took pictures. They created a video.
Project #Water: A collaboration between students from all parts of the world! https://t.co/qNW9pHUf9m#projectwater pic.twitter.com/EawNGz7UQd— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 17 oktober 2016
Wai Water: 9 global Ts guiding their Ss to discover water-related issues & solutions https://t.co/vgjMOhTPWm #teachersmatter #WaterIsLife pic.twitter.com/yWcvo6IROK— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 18 oktober 2016