Changing Teaching Through Global Project-Based Learning

Teaching is changing. We’re educating students for jobs that don’t exist yet using technologies that haven’t been invented. -Katherine, Pattonville High School Teacher Through global project collaborations, iEARN educators are meeting the challenge of teaching students for tomorrow and equipping them with the 21st Century Skills they will need to succeed in their future academic, […]

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Going Global on Edmodo

Join us today for the launch of our new iEARN-USA Publisher Page on Edmodo – a space for educators, administrators, and parents to connect and discuss global project-based learning. Virtual exchange and globally connected learning are hot topics in 2014, and we’re pleased to share our projects, expertise, and cross-cultural collaboration guides with the more than 31 […]

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The Road to Doha

This week, our staff is excited to travel to the 2013 iEARN Annual Conference and Youth Summit, hosted by iEARN-Qatar/ROTA (Reach Out To Asia) in Doha, Qatar from July 1-6. Educators, students, administrators, ministry officials, non-profit, and corporate partners will be presenting and sharing models for using technology to build global understanding and enhance teaching and learning. Topics will […]

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What If Every Student Could Have a Meaningful Cross-Cultural Experience?

We are committed to giving every student– regardless of age, geographic location, or socio-economic background– the opportunity to have a meaningful cross-cultural experience as part of his or her education. For 25 years, we’ve seen the results of globally connected, project-based teaching and learning, and the results have been overwhelmingly positive across the board. We’d love […]

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