A small decision that you make today may be the catalyst that sends you on the road to your goals.
More than ever before, previously unimagined solutions present themselves to eradicate our world’s most pressing challenges.
Here you can acquire the knowledge to navigate within the 17 Global Goals.
We have learned that today we are more interdependent than ever.
Project-based Learning is the formula that we are using to push our choice 4 Goals.
We can be proud of our local, national and regional identity but also acknowledge that we are part of mankind, part of the universe.
Kikao is a Swahili word meaning gathering and the knowledge we share is based on a large-scale comparative study, combining data and analysis from a representative range of countries around the world. It is based on published resources and interviews conducted among principal stakeholders to create the education of movement.
Parents, educators, and policymakers are growing in their understanding that strong PBL improves student engagement and connects academic content to the broader world beyond school.
As Global Citizens, we understand and cherish the meaning of freedom, knowing that working within society is what seals the collective consciousness of our communities.
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Every child has the right to survival, protection, and education In 2000, two optional protocols were added to the UNCRC. One asks governments to ensure children under the age of 18 are not forcibly recruited into their armed forces. The second calls on states to prohibit child prostitution, child pornography and the sale of children into slavery. These have now been ratified by more than 120 states.
In the current uncertain political and social context that affects young people, they can be powerful catalysts for positive change and contributors of innovative solutions. To empower young people to participate actively in society to improve their own lives by representing and advocating their needs and interests and those of their organizations is what matters most to young people.
A Challenging Problem or Question
The project is framed by a meaningful problem to be solved or a question to answer, at the appropriate level of challenge
Students engage in a rigorous, extended process of posing questions, finding resources, and applying information
The project involves real-world context, tasks and tools, quality standards, or impact, or the project speaks to personal concerns, interests, and issues in the students’ lives.
Student Voice & Choice
Students make some decisions about the project, including how they work and what they create, and express their own ideas in their own voice.
Students and teachers reflect on the learning, the effectiveness of their inquiry and project activities, the quality of student work, and obstacles that arise and strategies for overcoming them.
Critique & Revision
Students give, receive, and apply feedback to improve their process and products.
Students make their project work public by sharing it with and explaining or presenting it to people beyond the classroom.
, where young people are equal citizens and are encouraged and supported to achieve their fullest potential as global citizens.