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May 11 - May 29  /  2015


The final assignment in this Learning Circle:
We ask you to think about a new Children’s Right.

One you haven’t seen yet.

Think about it and find your own new right to add to the 54 already existing ones.

What can you do to ensure that your own identified child’s right is successful?


We invited you to choose for one of the options:

1. to present your new children’s right as a group in a creative way in the wiki.

 2. ‘the peerScholar way’: all your students will write an individual letter to Unicef,

describing their new children's right.


You can find the link to your school page or information on peerScholar
in this table:


Country School Option
Canada  1. Terry Fox Elementary School  peerScholar assignment
Canada  2. Kennedy PS
peerScholar assignment 
Nederland  3. Ashram College
peerScholar assignment 
Czech Rep. 
4. Gymnazium Zikmunda Wintra 
peerScholar assignment 
Nederland  5. ’t Atrium
peerScholar assignment
Suriname  6. George Asin Mulo
peerScholar assignment 
Brazil  7. Centro Interescolar de Línguas  
peerScholar assignment 
Nederland  8. Haarlemmermeerlyceum
peerScholar assignment








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