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How Arts & Sciences Courses Work

Created for students ages 4-18, our Arts & Sciences course exchanges are generally 8 weeks and they are conducted on our secure, teacher-monitored platform through the sharing of asynchronous video. Students get to know each other and then begin exploring the course topics which include music & sound, literature & social studies, and science & ecology.

Ages 4-8

Teaching to students

Global Storybook Engineers 1

Students learn about the engineering design cycle, how to make connections between stories and design challenges, and explore how design thinking can be used to solve problems through hands-on investigations and experiments, design builds, and communicating with partners.

Global Sound Artists

Students learn about sound, music and instruments through hands-on investigations and experiments, instrument builds, and communicating with partners.
Global Music

Ages 9-11

Learning about water

Global Scientist A: Water Conservation

Students learn about the importance of water, global water issues and solutions, the water cycle, water pollution, and water scarcity. They record personal water usage.

Global Scientist B: Water Experimentation

Students learn about the importance of water, global water issues and solutions, water pollution, and water scarcity. Students study aquifers and design water filters.
Students Experimenting
Global learning on DNA

Global Scientist C: Exploring DNA

Students study the structure and significance of DNA and how genes determine appearance through hands-on investigations and experiments, and collaborating and communicating with partners.

Global Conversations: I Am Malala

Students learn about Malala’s story, the Malala Fund’s work and how education, leadership and community service can lead to positive change through hands-on investigations and tasks, and collaborating and communicating with partners.
Classroom Conversation
Global Conversations

Global Conversations: Esperanza Rising

Coming in January 2023

Through the story, students address the themes of human rights, migration, and adversity, and discuss how difficult experiences help us grow. Students perform investigations and tasks while collaborating and communicating with partners.

Ages 12-18

Global Citizen Series: Climate Change

A collaborative learning experience to explore the impact of climate change on local and global communities in Nigeria and the U.S. for students 12-14 years old.

For New York State and Kenya

Global Connection with communities

Connecting with Communities Around the World

Now enrolling for January 30 - March 3, 2023

Students ages 8-11 research human impact on the environment in their regions and exchange videos to reveal the issues they are facing and the actions they should take.

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