Australia-Asia BRIDGE School Partnerships
Australia–Thailand BRIDGE Project
Learn how three Australian schools are using online tools to engage with their Thai partners.
The Australia–Asia BRIDGE (Building Relationships through Intercultural Dialogue and Growing Engagement) School Partnerships Project is a blended model of face-to-face teacher professional learning and online engagement that connects teachers, students and school communities with their counterparts in Asia to increase awareness and understanding of contemporary Australia and Asia.
- Strengthens Asian language capabilities of young Australians by exposing students to direct personal experiences that motivate language learning
- Builds the Asia capability and Asia-interest of young Australians through increased intercultural understanding, knowledge and engagement
- Enhances digital capability among teachers and students through the use of innovative technologies
- Builds high quality Asian language teachers and programs.
The 2014 Australia–China BRIDGE School Partnerships Project is open for expressions of interest. Read more about this project.
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Photo acknowledgement: Wat Chai Wattanaram Wikipedia Commons featured in the Australia–Thailand BRIDGE Project above.