In 2005, Kinderland introduced a revolutionary concept for its Kindergarten 2 (K2) students: an “ambassador box” programme, where students could contribute items to overseas Kinderland students via snail mail.
Since then, students have exchanged, learned and shared cultural practices, helping them to broaden their perspectives and appreciate the differences between themselves and far-flung friends.
Then, in 2018, Kinderland advanced the concept and integrated technology to form its e-Ambassador programme. It’s actually one of the leading preschool’s innovative initiatives to meet the Ministry of Education (MOE)’s goal to advance information and communications technology (ICT) skills and competencies for young children into the 21st century. Read on to learn more about this exciting scheme!
From The Finder Issue 301, December 2019
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