Living in a highly interdependent world is not an option—but at present, being educated to do so competently is. — Harvard Professor Fernando Reimers United States policy has a huge impact on the world – effecting businesses, economies and ecosystems around the globe. In this increasingly interconnected age, it is critical the U.S. education policy prioritize […]Read more "Engaging the Global Commons"
As a globally connected K-12 education network since 1988, iEARN is positively MAD about Connected Educators Month this October. This type of event has been useful in promoting the concept of globally connected teaching and learning more widely. Still, this is a new concept for many classroom teachers, administrators, policymakers, and parents. As a result, we are often asked what the concept […]Read more "You’d Be MAD To Try It"
Want to give your students a real-world, world-class education? Connect them to real classes worldwide! The Chris Stevens Youth Network is an excellent place to start. This initiative is administered by iEARN and funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. State Department to engage students and educators in the Middle East, North Africa and […]Read more "Your Day to Connect with Teachers Worldwide"
This August the team at iEARN-USA has been pleased to: Engage in Connected Educators Month; Take action on Millennium Development Goals; Host NSLI-Y Student Pre-Departure Orientations; Welcome YES Program Students to the US; Publish our 2011 Annual Report; Share the new Finding Solutions to Hunger videos; Prepare for the 2012 iEARN Virtual Conference & Youth Summit; Launch the […]Read more "Our Remarkable August"