What if you could witness UNICEF's work right from your own classroom?
When you Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF this Halloween, you could win a Global Citizenship Technology Grant, enriching your classroom and bring the world to your students.
The 2014 Contest
This year’s School Challenge entrants were asked to answer the question "If you won a $1,000 technology grant, what would you do to advance global citizenship in your classroom?" We heard some creative answers and would like to introduce you to our winners!
The entries demonstrated teachers’ passion for their students’ education and how they hope to teach their students about global citizenship. Some common themes we read about were virtual travel, video conferencing pen pals and more to teach students about other cultures and issues around the world.
- Alice B Landrum Middle School — Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
- Clifford Elementary School — Redwood City, CA
- Deerfield Elementary School — South Deerfield, MA
- Hidden Hills Elementary School — San Ramon, CA
- High Horizons Magnet School — Bridgeport, CT
- Jerry Whitehead Elem School — Sparks, NV
- John Small Elementary School — Washington, NC
- Mcnab Elementary School — Gloversville, NY
- Odyssey Academy — Galveston, TX
- Olive Elementary — Orange, CA
- Parker School — Kamuela, HI
- Puc Achieve Charter School — Rochester, NY
- Scanlan Oaks Elementary School — Missouri City, TX
- St John School — Encinitas, CA
- Trinity Christian Academy — Deltona, FL