Thank you for your support this summer! We had an amazing conference this month in Doha, Qatar, sent more than 100 high school students abroad to learn Hindi, Arabic, Korean, and Mandarin, and are gearing up for our best back-to-school ever. Generous contributions by institutions and individuals like you have made it possible for students […]Read more "An Education of Hope"
If you are committed to drawing a line in the sand for global classroom collaboration at your school, we invite you to draw with Salem from Yemen. Every student should get the opportunity to have an international experience as part of his or her education.Read more "A Line in the Sand for Global Classroom Collaboration"
Dear Members and Friends of iEARN-USA, Thank you for the positive response to our year-end Global Connections Campaign. We’ve already reached 42% of our goal. That means that we can support more than 200 U.S. teachers and their 5,000 students to learn with, not just about, their peers in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, […]Read more "Global Connections Campaign Update"
The iEARN program in Egypt was launched as part of the CIVICS Program, the partnership introduced in the previous post between iEARN and US Department of State that began in 1999 and was consolidated into the Global Connections and Exchange Program in 2002. Managed at first from the US Embassy’s Regional English Language Office, in collaboration […]Read more "Bringing Global Connections to Life in Egypt"
If you haven’t already visited our brand new Collaboration Centre here’s a video (with a catchy song) to get you in the mood for the new school year! Following the video are some recommended projects that are active throughout the school year, but our members find successful for engaging their students in global collaborative project […]Read more "Global Projects to Start the New School Year"
This week we have a guest posting from iEARN educator Teddy Mwonyonyi. Teddy is currently in Uganda visiting her family and spending time at the school her classroom back in Cleveland, Ohio has been learning with for a few years now: Carl & Louis Stokes Central Academy in Cleveland, Ohio has been collaborating with St. […]Read more "Visiting our project partners in Mulajje, Uganda"
A recent summer adventure included a trip to Eastern Europe with two teacher friends. Since we were going to be only a few hours from a school we’ve worked with collaboratively in the iEARN Holiday Card Project, I arranged a visit with Maja Kovacic of the POS Socka Elementary in Slovenia, a small village school […]Read more "Socka, Slovenia meets Geneva, Illinois, USA"