Our Global Communication and Science programme uses solar eclipses to connect students from different countries and different disciplines, and help them think more deeply about language, science and working across borders.
Image: Jordan Lye Photography
There are three reasons why we use solar eclipses as the theme of the programme:
- They provide unique teachable moments
- They are powerful shared experiences
- They are truly global events.
We’re grateful to our wonderful sponsor Garuda Indonesia.
- Ring of fire: Africa awaits September 1st annular eclipse
A piece I wrote for the Mail & Guardian Africa about next month’s solar eclipse.
- Where exactly is the moon? Eclipse stories from Indonesia
A big thank you to the brilliant science web site EarthSky for supporting our project.
- Copernicus: Language Comes Through Culture
A report in EFL Magazine on our collaboration between the University of Mahajanga and Kobe Shinwa Women’s University.
- Eclipse Stories: The World Joins Together in Palu
The last in a series of articles I wrote for the Jakarta Globe about the March 9th total solar eclipse.
- TokyoReal Episode 1
Ian Simpson interviewed me for his new show.