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What if the sea level rises? Exploring language and culture in a future setting online course

Take our FREE 2019 online course
How can we communicate?

Our online course in 2019 looks at: How can we survive, communicate and become sustainable?

During May 2019 we ran another FREE online course titled What if the sea level rises? Exploring language and culture in a future setting. This course is now freely open for anyone to access.

Visit the What if the sea level rises? Exploring language and culture in a future setting course page for further details and to participate.

It is a free, interactive and participatory online course which focuses on curriculum opportunities arising from our themes:

  • Exploring problems that need to be solved within our lifetimes: preparing for a different future.
  • How are we going to be able to live and work if the sea level rises and whole areas are flooded?
  • What if the boundaries of geography and language dissolve around the world?

During the course, we suggest activities and ideas and encourage you to try them within your teaching.

After you have put into practice your chosen ideas, you can then share your experiences and swap tips and advice with other teachers and practitioners within our active MeWe community

This course follows on from our successful two previous MOOCs, which are both still open if you wish to view the content – STEM to STEAM online course held in 2018 and the Technology Outdoors online course held in 2017.

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  • International multidisciplinary communities in teaching

International multidisciplinary communities in teaching

October 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

Through development work at UCN teacher education, Aalborg, in collaboration with Howest UC, Belgium, Østfold University College, Norway, and the University of Northampton, England, experience has been gained with opportunities and challenges in a teaching where the elementary school includes collaboration between students across of national boundaries.

  • eTwinning logo

eTwinning projects

October 2nd, 2019|0 Comments

eTwinning is the community for schools in Europe. eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, [...]


To see all resources, please visit the Resources page >

Below is just eight examples from the Resources Section which contains Lesson Plans, Case Studies, Examples, and Further Reading related to the project themes and sub-themes.  To see all resources, please visit the Resources page >


Super senses, Klarup Skole, Denmark – DLaB Project Day 3

The lateral line system of fishes is examined from many different angles. Students are paired together and each receives a rainbow trout to examine. They first study it from the outside, before they start dissecting it.

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