Prosperous and secure countries require high-quality young professionals who can work in the global arena. One crucial strategy for preparing these skilled young professionals for the 21st century workforce is increasing their access to new technologies, social media, and trustworthy networks of global peers with whom they can engage in meaningful dialogue. To meet these […]Read more "Bringing Global Connections and Exchange to Life"
We’ve had a blast this month experimenting with several new social media channels and the Crowdrise fundraising platform. We relish the reaching out to our friends, families, members, partners and the general public to share the stories of classrooms connecting worldwide for meaningful collaboration, and social media has super-sized our storytelling. One such channel is […]Read more "Members Like You"
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 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"
Thank you so much for the positive response to our August Side By Side campaign. We’ve already reached 58% of our goal, and our Crowdrise site is humming thanks to the education team at Intel, the Copen Family Fund, Cara, Marianna, Sandy, Miriam, Laurie, Janice, Tina, Erin, Leah, Ken, Glenn, Dara, Morgan & Patrick, Ken & Michele, […]Read more "Super-Quick Thank You and Awesome Update"