is the global language in our rapidly
changing world. For better or worse most of
today's global economy, scientific research,
entertainment and information services are
conducted in English. As such, education systems
worldwide promote competence in English for
students. However, having communicative
competence in English does not mean that
students will have the action or critical
competence needed to make our world a better
place to live.
encourages teachers to take part in helping our students
make a difference. Projects International encourages
students to develop their communicative / action /
critical competencies to make positive contributions in
the global civil society. Projects International
encourages integrating Education for Sustainability (EfS)
into the EFL classroom through projectwork.
difficult? Seeing is believing!
was started by a group of English teachers trying to
create positive examples of what students can achieve. To
date projects have been started in Japan,Thailand and
more is planned in New Zealand and Canada.
that there are many paths to achieving sustainability,
and would therefore like to work with all groups.
interested in helping to achieve a more sustainable
future is welcome to join our group. Please contact:
Sandra Bullock - Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirdthongkham (Thai)- Mukdaharn High School
English Department. Manager ERIC
Harper (Canadian) - Educator, University of
British Columbia (retired)
Eyles (New Zealand)- Trustee of the Eon
Foundation. Director of English-To-Go Internet
Language Learning ( www.english-to-go.com
Mori (Japanese) - Tokyo
Harper (Canadian) - Projects International
Founder / Curriculum Coordinator(email@example.com)
Waite ( British) - British Council