Welcome to our World History Virtual Library. Every year, the sophomores of the KSK campus undertake a project-based, capstone level, long-term research-service project as part of their World History learning.
1. Students begin the process of idea development, planning, and management selecting & linking up their projects to a United Nations Sustainable and Human Rights goal in the 2nd quarter.
2. Project execution must be completed over Christmas & Spring Breaks and by the end of 3rd quarter with at least 2 instances of real world application through service to a local non-profit that addresses the goal in our local community. Meanwhile, students consider the impacts of World History concepts learned in class and reflect on their impacts to their global issue via written response & personal video blogs captured online and posted to a team & individual website managed entirely by students.
3. Final slide-show & website presentations must be shared to other real-world audiences by early 4th quarter.
In this way, students learn to manage a long term project, and apply World History content & theory to their understanding of their project, while developing & applying their own understandings of community leadership approaches to global issues that are both local and international challenges our students will face as adults.
Please feel free to browse using the Yellow tab above. We hope you enjoy our current World History Kahiau Projects of the 2018-2019 school year and those from years past.