The Renzulli Learning Global Collaboration Program provides participating students with the opportunity to collaborate on projects with their peers from around the world.
Research demonstrates that student participation in group research projects produces advanced learning skills which can then be applied to all subject areas and leads to higher academic achievement.
Global Collaboration also supports the development of advanced Executive Function and 21st Century Learning Skills, which include critical thinking, creativity, communication, teamwork, time management and global competency.
How does Global Collaboration work?
- 1. Participating schools express an interest to participate in the Renzulli Learning Global Collaboration Program on an opt-in basis
- 2. Schools are matched with partner schools’ locally, nationally and internationally with the assistance of the Renzulli Learning Support Team
- 3. Once the matching is established, students can participate in the Renzulli Learning Global Collaboration Program and work on collaborative projects with their peers
- 4. The Global Collaboration Program is available through our Project Based Learning (PBL) platform, which empowers students to manage their projects in a secure environment
- 5. When the student projects are completed, their productive work can be viewed by educators, fellow students and shared with desired audience through our Renzulli Learning Project Showcase feature
Empowering students with choice and voice results in a higher level of engagement that closely mirrors real life challenges which helps to prepare participating students across the globe for the jobs of tomorrow.