Microsoft School Projects

There are three exciting ways to bring the world into our classroom

Microsoft School Projects Microsoft online community enables “21st century education teachers”   to inspire the next generation of global citizens, through transformative learning over Skype There are three exciting ways to bring the world into our classroom:

Virtual field trips We take our students for an adventure without leaving the classroom.  We visit our experts out in the field all around the world!

Mystery Skype The global guessing game that gets kids learning about geography, culture, and the similarities and differences of how children live all over the world.

Guest Speakers Guest speakers from around the world on a wide variety of subjects visit our classrooms and talk to our students 

Skype-a-Thon

Skype-a-Thon is a global learning event that makes  possible for students, to travel the world virtually!

World Read-Aloud Day

“..It was a remarkable privilege to be included in  Read Aloud Skype-a-thon among 180 schools from all over the world”.  Maria-Christina Varnakioti

United Nations

We have joined the movement  to bring the Global Goals into our classrooms, to our students! Everyone has a role to play in making the Sustainable Development Goals a reality. Our language schools projects support the 17 United Nations’ SDGs”.Angeliki Varnakioti

TED-Ed Club

TED-Ed Clubs support students in developing 21st century presentation skills while celebrating and amplifying youth voices around the world. Ted ed ideas worth sharing!

WWF Schools

At Varnakioti Schools we work on environmental school projects in order to inspire the new generation!

Google for education

“Technology alone will not improve education, but it can be a powerful part of the solution” Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google

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