Boeing – Water filter project

Oct 18,2017

After being exposed to new ideas about education during the Boeing TEL Project, the school’s principal and teachers have been working diligently to enhance the learning experience of their students. The school now encourages students to learn outside, ask questions, and set up their own teamwork project to solve problems. One group of students found that trees in their province are at risk during the summer because of a poor quality water. The brackish water in the area cannot be used to water florae. The school encouraged the children to create a water purifier using local materials. By creating the purifier, the kids are developing essential skills required for “real world” success. Watch the story of students from Pak Khlong Phra Ajan school.

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