Global Education Initiative (GEI) Semester Comes to an End
Owerri Digital Village youth collaborated using GEI's LearnLinc web collaboration technology with other GEI youth from community technology centers and schools in the United States, South Africa, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Youth enrolled in the program learned to use Microsoft Office, Word and PowerPoint to create an ecosystem preservation and water purification science business plan. The youth's science business plan included sections on the following: H20 cycle, purification process, major ecosystems, biomes and biosphere, and recommendations to preserve and product an endangered ecosystem.
After months of online research on ecosystems, hands-on water purification tests and distance learning collaborations, Owerri Digital Village youth presented chapters of their science business plan to a panel of international judges selected by the GEI program on May 12, 2005.
International Youth Presentations - Ecosystems Preservation and Water Purification.
Congratulations to our Youth!
Add this page to your favorite Social Bookmarking websites