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"
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"
… digital, mobile, social, lifelong, & connected globally. So is iEARN. Since 1988, iEARN has helped develop the field of globally connected learning. iEARN’s online, cross-cultural educator-driven projects have harnessed the tremendous potential of the web as a laboratory for learning and creating, and making classroom curriculum relevant to real life and real work. iEARN is […]Read more "Learning is Now …"
The new Hunger, Poverty & Inequality Portal brings together organizations to allow teachers and students to go to one location and get inspired, learn, act and reflect on the problem of hunger, poverty & inequality and show them that they can make a difference. Check out the video below and hear how these organizations are helping teachers […]Read more "Asking the Why Questions"
The 12-month Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program 10th anniversary celebration reaches its zenith today as partners, host families, alumni and students on program connect virtually to share YES memories as well as 10th Anniversary cakes in their country chapters. We are honored by the special message on YouTube (above) from Evan Ryan, the Assistant […]Read more "The Big Day is Here!"
Dear Friends of iEARN-USA, Thanks to your generous contributions, iEARN-USA continues to build cross-cultural understanding through innovative youth exchange and collaborative-based learning initiatives. As we look ahead to a busy 2014, we hope you will consider making a year-end contribution to iEARN-USA. Our goal is to raise $25,000 by December 31 in celebration of iEARN’s […]Read more "Make a Meaningful Global Impact with iEARN-USA"
Join us on the YES Programs Website, Twitter, and Facebook for the next ten days as we celebrate a countdown to the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program 10th Anniversary Virtual Reunion. The festivities will culminate on December 12, beginning with a special message from Evan Ryan, Assistant Secretary of Educational and Cultural Affairs. iEARN is a […]Read more "When the Sky is not the Limit"