The project Idea:

What is the need?

Staying connected to your roots is important for a variety of reasons. It helps you understand where you came from, and can provide a sense of identity and belonging. It can also help you appreciate the unique cultural heritage and values that have shaped you, and give you a sense of pride in your heritage. Staying connected to your roots can help you understand and appreciate the diverse perspectives and experiences of others, and can foster greater empathy and understanding in your relationships with others.

The Questions are:

  • What can we do for our community in order to connect more between each other?
  • What connects you to your family roots? How? Why?
  • How can we keep our children connected to their roots?
  • Heritage: Why is it important to remember your roots?
  • Why do successful people say not to forget your roots?
  • Why is it important to know your roots and culture?
  • Is it our responsibility to be part of this change?
  • If the answer is yes, what is our role?
  • These questions were the foundation for all the activities proposed and for all the activities planned together and for our community (students, teachers & families).

Cross Curricular activities:

  • We worked together on our project during these subjects:
    Global Perspectives (Primary grade 4 & year 4 & year 3)
  • Philosophy (Primary..)
  • Science
  • PSHE (K, P, S)
  • Maths
  • English (PK & MS)
  • Romanian
  • PE
  • History
  • Geography
  • Music
  • Art
  • ICT

 

Topics:

  • Family tree
  • School (past & present & future)
  • Clothes
  • Food (topic for our 2nd international conference MUN)
  • Games
  • Toys
  • Hobbies
  • Recipes
  • Music & Classic Dance
  • Jobs
  • Transportation

Our Calendar:

  • Our Project Based Learning: September 2023 – December 2023
  • Developing of our PBL into a Service Learning Project: January 2024 – June 2024

 

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