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Introducing the One Planet Challenge
15th March - 28th April
One Planet Challenge is a global initiative teaching young people (aged 10-16) about climate change and how to protect the planet.
It comprises two 10-day school competitions where students
learn independently, earn points and win prizes.
LIVE and on-demand quizzes
Interactive activities and projects
Earn badges and sustainable rewards
Best enjoyed as a team, encourage your students to sign up with their school code to get started.
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Students prepare in their own time and take live quizzes at home or in class. If you want to use competitions for class time there is plenty of support.
Footage and clips for the whiteboard
Plug and play activities
Lesson ideas and suggestions
Making the challenge of explaining issues such as climate change easy and engaging!
A world of learning just for Teens
ITZA's dynamic learning platform is designed just for teens. Created in partnership with trusted partners, educators and world-renowned experts, we help turn screen time into a fun, educational experience. Already tested in over 50 countries, educators from around the world are encouraging learners to explore ITZA.
I enjoyed playing on ITZA because it encouraged me to learn about animals. There is a lot of competitiveness but it's also just really enjoyable. The quizzes are super fun and the videos are extremely interesting too. I am so happy that I was first in my school. Thank you so much ITZA for this wonderful opportunity to learn and have fun whilst doing so.
Student, SkyFrog9020 (grade 7)
ISN Nice, International School, France, November 2022
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Learn about our world - and how to preserve it!
ITZA is proud to sponsor the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Eco Films Awards 2023. We invite young story-tellers of the future to make short films that explore local environmental projects in their community.