Students create a free virtual course about Big Data to share their knowledge with learners worldwide.
Graduating student Iffany Zou wins first prize with her podcast about food waste at Concordia.
The entire 9th grade class participated in service learning experiences in their final unit this year. Read on to learn more.
Passionate about sustainable food systems and urban farming, three Global Development Studies students create a hydroponics wall in the high school.
Three Global Development Studies students plan for school-wide Bokashi composting system to eliminate Concordia's food waste.
GDS student Alexis S cares about food waste and learned a lot of lessons designing an app this semester. While the app hasn't been adopted, she has also learned a lot from the challenges she faced along the way.
Two Global Development Studies students seek to raise awareness about plant-based meat alternatives and the connection between food and climate change.
From abandoned bike parking lot to vibrant greenspace: 2 students redesign a space for better health and well-being.
Grade 2 students become changemakers in their "Be The Change" unit, identifying needs in our community and engaging in action to make things better.
Three Global Development Studies students create a plan to compost all of Concordia's food waste.
Grade 2 students engage in a unit called "I Am an Active Global Citizen".
Grade 9 Biology teachers and students dive into a service learning cycle related to wildlife conservation.
Grade 7 students use a design and service learning cycle to create prototypes for Concordia employees.
The 2020/21 AP Lit service learning experiences: case studies in raising awareness, engaging in advocacy and changing mindsets.
A partnership between elementary and high school students highlights components of the service learning cycle.