Changes in attitudes of participating students
96% of students increased their interests in the partner school country
95% of students increased their motivations in English learning
97% of students increased their interests in global issues
Source: Feedback survey conducted with students participating in the Cross-Cultural Learning, TOMODACHI Program and SDGs Cross-Cultural Collaborative Learning, MOTTAINAI Program (August 2022 - October 2023)
Trusted Proven COIL/VE* Framework
Our program leverages the well-regarded COIL/VE* method, honed over 10 years by global higher education institutions. In June 2021, we completed the VE design course from UNICollaboration, affiliated with the Erasmus+ VE Initiative in Europe. By September 2021, we were proudly accepted into the Japanese Society of ESD.
*Collaborative Online International Learning / Virtual Exchange
Ready-made & full support program
Our program removes the usual barriers teachers face in organizing cross-cultural collaborative learning. No special expertise, networks, or extra time is required. We find overseas partner schools, supply ready-made content, and manage all online sessions, ensuring a smooth and enriching learning journey.
Flexible and Blended Collaboration
Our program encourages communication and collaboration in small mixed-nationality groups, both asynchronously and synchronously. With the addition of blended on-site and online exchanges, students have multiple avenues to engage and contribute, enriching the learning experience.
Why schools introduce AirPangaea
72 students from Japan and Indonesia collaborated online for 6 weeks. Two classes from different countries implemented the program into their regular classes.
16 students from Japan and Indonesia conducted 6-week online intensive collaboration. Students split into two mixed groups and performed great presentations.
What Students Say
" I earned a lot of valuable lessons from this program. I learned how to work together efficiently with my team members and learned to have an open mind, listening to the different practices and perspectives of students from Japan."
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