iEARN-USA is proud to be a partner of iEARN-Bahrain, and in 2013 we seek to enable as many U.S. and Bahraini educators and students as possible to connect, to learn from each other to build lasting friendships. iEARN in Bahrain began in 2003 with support from the US Embassy, Manama, and the Ministry of Education. Impressed by the […]Read more "Bringing Global Connections to Life in Bahrain"
[Editor’s Note: listening to the video above while reading this post may enhance the overall experience.] Building off the momentum of the 2009 iEARN Annual Conference and Youth Summit in Ifrane, the Moroccan Education and Resource Network (MEARN), a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Moroccan educators for the empowerment of all Moroccan children and […]Read more "Bringing Global Connections to Life in Morocco"
Since 1992, iEARN has engaged Jordanian educators and youth in collaborative thematic online projects activities and exchange partnerships with their peers worldwide. For 20 years, Jordanian educators and youth have been highly motivated, technology-savvy collaborators in iEARN projects. Highlights of the program have included: In July 2004, 164 educators from 15 countries convened in Amman to […]Read more "Bringing Global Connections to Life in Jordan"
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"