iEARN-International News Flash: Projects, resources, and conferences.
iEARN-USA E-Newsletter: Opportunities for US educators.
Join students from around the world in making kites to fly on and around March 21 as a massive annual tribute to peace and understanding.
Filed in: Project News
Register today (early bird rates extended to February 7th) to participate in the 2015 iEARN Conference and Youth Summit in Brasilia, Brazil, July 26-31, 2015.
Filed in: iEARN Annual Conference and Youth Summit
iEARN-USA is seeking to hire a full-time New York City-based Technology Coordinator. Cover letters and resumes can be submitted through February 27, 2015.
iEARN is proud to be listed as a course resource, including through the Lesson For All Curriculum and the Girl Rising Online Project on the iEARN Collaboration Centre.
"If we connect youth, we’ve connected future adults. And, when you connect future adults...you’ve created the potential for a pretty good future world.”
Filed in: Chris Stevens Youth Network
NSLI-Y students discussed life in Turkey is like, from language learning abroad, to host family and school life, to food and shared their multimedia with a large virtual audience.
Filed in: National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y)
Looking for a way to connect your students with global peers? Sign up for the iEARN Learning Circles. Next session: January 30 - May 25, 2015.
Students have been settling in during a busy first semester with Korean traditional ceremonies, excursions exploring the natural side of Korea and more.
Radio interview with Donna Roman highlights Lesson for All resources for teaching about the right of education and the barriers that youth around the world experience when trying to access that right.
The students' first semester comes to a end after several months filled with activities such as a visit to a local high school, a virtual event with the U.S., and a journey into Taiwan's indigenous culture.
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