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Form your team(s)

Teams can be made of of students only or a blend of teachers, students, parents, subject matter experts and other community members. It's up to you.

Social inclusion, community building and sharing knowledge are all elements this challenge promotes. Great benefit comes from connecting young people with leaders in their fields, experts and those in the wise age, the third age of life.
Diversity makes magic happen. Feel free to select your team aiming for diversity. A team can be made up of your class, a global mix, a mix of different aged students and parents, local business people or subject matter experts. As you wish.

Teams can also work remotely via the Internet or on mobile devices.

Example. You could have a team of 2 students, a mentor(parent) and a subject matter expert. Students and parents use mobile/Internet and connect to the subject matter expert who is in another location.

Read more about how you can participate in the blog post Learning happens everywhere, and so does this challenge.

Four member teams are ideal. Simply multipy for larger groups.

  • Storyteller
  • Photographer/Videographer
  • Graphic Designer/Illustrator
  • Cartographer

Task Discussion