The iEARN 2015 conference has so far offered an appreciable amount of shared knowledge, educational best practices, digital media story telling, and plenty of thought provoking conversation. One thing that makes an iEARN conference singular is the emphatic and sincere spirit of collaboration and friendship that pervades interactions between attendees. A hallmark of an iEARN […]Read more "Giving Gifts"
iEARN teachers and students are familiar with the My Name Around the World project. In it, students share the story of their names by creating posts in i-EARN’s Collaboration Center. Do they have a nickname? Were they named after a famous person? What does their name mean?! We’re all about flipping things here at iEARN. We decided […]Read more "My Name Around the World"
Oi! We are looking forward to what is most certainly going to be a memorable time with members of the iEARN global family during the 22nd annual iEARN Conference and Youth Summit in Brasilia. Not only will we collaborate with fellow educators and share our skills and experiences, but we will attend amazing sessions with […]Read more "iEARN Conference and Youth Summit 2015"
Dear iEARN Friends, As we come together around the July 4th holiday in the US and annual iEARN Conference in Brazil, the two of us are reminded that these events provide opportunities to come together for iEARN and for its vision that the world can be a more peaceful and just place if young people […]Read more "Want to make a difference? Help support students around the world to learn about and with each other."
Dear iEARN Family, Followers, and Friends, What an incredible honor to be a member of the iEARN community for the past 17 years. As I move on to my next career adventure, I send you a fond farewell. The extent to which iEARN shaped my sense of global connectedness is indescribable. The impact on my personal […]Read more "Global Ready"
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Kathy Kaldenberg, based in the USA, is looking for Skype Read-Aloud partners for March 3 and 6, 2015. Please contact her via Skype (scsdmedia), Twitter (@scsdmedia), or email kkaldenberg AT solon.k12.us On March 4th, we will celebrate World Read Aloud Day with LitWorld. This is always such a special…
This lovely 1973 classroom virtual exchange image is today’s #PinoftheDay, a daily feature of the Historypin global community. The photo shows students from Lunalilo Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii talking to peers in Alaska on PEACESAT, the Pan-Pacific Education and Communication Experiments by Satellite. PEACESAT has been working to lessen the information and communication technology (ICT) divide in the Pacific Islands […]Read more "Explore Where You Live With the World"