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 from diverse school contexts. 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 Extensive Reading (ER) and 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.