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The results are out: the 6 ASEF ClassNet Award Finalists for 2015!

12th ASEF Classroom Network Conference

We are proud to announce that 6 out of 26 ASEF ClassNet Online Collaborations in 2015 have been selected for the ASEF ClassNet Awards. They will compete for the Gold and Merit Awards at the 12th ASEF Classroom Network Conference on 16-20 November 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The final results will be out on Tuesday, 17 November 2015, after the review by our jury of 4 experts in the field of education and ICT. 

 

  1. ClassNetNews (CNN)An Online Collaboration of 10 schools where students played the role of reporters and produced short news broadcasts with interviews and reports on school events, sports, politics, culture and the environment. (closed group)
  2. Language – A Mantle of CommunicationAn Online Collaboration where students learnt about and appreciated the cultural diversities embedded in Asian and European languages.
  3. Let’s Eat: Mix It!: A virtual and real-life culinary journey where students from 2 or more countries teamed up to create a unique Asia-Europe fusion recipe and dish.
  4. Moments and Monuments: An Online Collaboration where students travelled to their country’s landmarks and explored the landmark’s role in shaping national and cultural identity as virtual tour guides. (closed group)
  5. Pop Science! Let’s Explore!An online and offline dive into the field of science where students conducted hands-on experiments with materials from their surroundings as well as in laboratories.
  6. World History in Family PhotosA digital archive of Asia and Europe’s contemporary history made of personal stories, photographs, curiosities and historical events.

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