Global Classroom Project
Our Collaboration with Catherine Hall Primary and Infant School in Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica to Promote Coastal Habitat Restoration
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What is the Global Classroom Project?
Elementary, middle, and high schools throughout Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) participate in the Global Classroom Project, which provides an opportunity for students to work with peers from around the world on authentic tasks and challenges.
As part of the Global Classroom Project, schools select a Sustainable Development Goal from among 17 goals established by the United Nations as a blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.
Throughout the Global Classroom Project, students also learn attributes of Portrait of a Graduate, which prioritizes the development of skills that will empower FCPS students to be productive citizens of a global community and successful in the workforce of the future.
Our School's Partnership
Grade Level: 4th Grade
Partner Country: Catherine Hall Primary and Infant School in Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
Content Focus: Coastal Habitat Restoration
Sustainable Development Goal: Life on Land and Life Below Water
FCPS Portrait of a Graduate Attributes: Communicator, Collaborator, Ethical and Global Citizen
Partnership Description: The class will work together to explore and aim to solve real-world problems linked to SG 14 and 15. They will provide feedback to one another in order to enhance the learning process.
Global Classroom Project Lead
- School Based Technology Specialist