global STEAM

Different But Same: How Exposing Our Students to a New Culture Encouraged Empathy

By Susan Fushikoshi, Punahou Schoool, Honolulu, Hawaii

“Clean water- it’s so precious! It’s our basic Need. Where does it come from? What can we do to keep it clean? Do we have water problems in Hawaii? How can I help someone who also has problems with their water?” Punahou 2nd graders in Honolulu, Hawaii started this inquiry about water and discovered the world!

21st Century Skills

Pioneers Builds 21st Century Skills & Updates Science Offerings by Running LUV Courses During the School Day

Nashat, a student at Pioneers Baccalaureate School (PBS) in Nablus, West Bank, recently described LUV’s Global Doctors course as “one of the best things I have done in my life.”

In the course, students learned about human body systems by dissecting a variety of specimens, including a frog, a grasshopper, and a sheep’s heart and brain – and shared their findings via video message with partner students in the U.S.