Sharing Borders aims at creating a space for digital sharing, interfacing, debating – it is a learning environment of connection and difference between teachers and students. This online resource outlines the features of the project and provides a space for developing ideas and archiving students’ outcomes. Thus it offers a repository of schools’ experiences and best practices in CLIL methodology.
“Borders” suggests physical, political, historical, metaphorical, literary, artistic, scientific and economic boundaries. Our network of partners schools is developing a journey to explore the topic of borders from a plurality of perspectives. We will be CLILing into topics such as identity, migration, conflict, citizenship, limits and scientific borders, free-trade and globalization.