1 in 9 people world wide do not have access to safe and clean drinking water
The Argentinian students are using Lifeliqe while doing research about Water. What is IN water?
Look a this video in which they are learning about the water cycle.
The Belgian students are taking a look at what's in their water and whether it's safe to drink. They take a closer look at water in Prehistoric age, Roman empire, Middle Ages and now. They investigated how a water purifying plant works and their findings are that water is safe to drink! They used the greenscreen to create wonderful pictures about water now and then which were nicely integrated into their presentation.
The Indian students started to do research on the importance of water and in which ways water is used. They made an audit by collecting the water bills of the school. The pictures show the faucets in the school. Water Purifiers to provide Safe Drinking Water are a must in every Indian School. The students created an interesting presentation.
The Israeli students turned their classroom into a real newsroom! They recorded a very professional video including the real Israeli tune.
The Nigerian students did research about safety of Drinking Water In Nigeria with emphasis on Rural community and created this presentation
The girls are busy researching the global quality of water as well as the process water takes to get to our taps. They will soon be discussing their ideas and a way forward on how we want to present their findings. The students created a wonderful video
The Vietnamese students visited some waterways and took pictures. They created a presentation.
So happy to welcome 3 new schools in #projectwater! The Ss in South Africa are doing researching the global quality of #Water via #edtech pic.twitter.com/1m7OGqyPM2— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 11 november 2016
Our #WaiWater wall is growing as we learn! @zelfstudie @noisyteacher pic.twitter.com/CchgnokreI— Jodi Hill (@HillGunna) 10 november 2016
Tammy's Ss are hard at work researching where water comes from and whether it's safe to drink. #projectwater #edtech https://t.co/yxG68bBI78 pic.twitter.com/zfoTZeV6P8— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 9 november 2016
Using our Water - Saving our #Water - very cool @Sway by @TammyDunbar guiding her Ss in this global projecthttps://t.co/G3tsilARPe #edtech pic.twitter.com/7JGBYEOwnm— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 4 november 2016