5th grade students visit the Portal at Yale University, February 2015

5th grade students visit the Portal at Yale University, February 2015

Learn

Students can expand their perspectives by speaking with people from all over the world without leaving the comfort of their schools.

Harvard University used Portals to connect their students to refugee and internally displaced communities around the world.

  High school students in El Progreso, Honduras outside their Portal

High school students in El Progreso, Honduras outside their Portal

Teach

Portals emphasize global competency and provide students with direct exposure to new communities, cultures, and values.

Lawrence Academy High School used Portals to have a professor of Afghan history teach a class about the Cold War.  

  Students from the University of Maryland dance program after performing in their Portal

Students from the University of Maryland dance program after performing in their Portal

Collaborate

Portals allow students from around the world to collaborate as if they are in the same space.

Johns Hopkins University hosted collaborative hackathons with students in the Middle East through Portals to solve real-world public health challenges facing refugee and at-risk populations.

 



Explore educational Portals programming at universities and in K-12.


Watch Harvard University connect its students to the world through Portals.

Learn more about how Portals helped Greenwich Academy connect their classrooms to the world