iEARN-International News Flash: Projects, resources, and conferences.
iEARN-USA E-Newsletter: Opportunities for US educators.
iEARN-USA is seeking a full-time New York City-based Technology Coordinator. Interested? Apply by August 15th.
Are you facilitating an iEARN project? Do you have an idea for a new iEARN project? Submit it to be included in the 2014-2015 iEARN Project Book.
Filed in: Project News
Join iEARN-USA in San Jose, CA for a special panel session this Saturday on Virtual Exchanges: Using New Technology to Enhance People-to-People Exchanges.
Filed in: Professional Development
Visit the playlist of the 2014 iEARN Adobe Youth Voices Media Festival, held on June 30 in Puerto Madryn, Argentina at the 2014 iEARN Conference and Youth Summit.
Filed in: Adobe Youth Voices
Check out photos, videos and reports from the 20th iEARN Conference and Youth Summit, hosted by Fundación Evolución / iEARN-Argentina / TELAR in Puerto Madryn, Argentina
Filed in: iEARN Annual Conference and Youth Summit
Kids Can Make a Difference announces a resource portal for teachers and students to get inspired, learn, act and reflect on the problem of hunger, poverty & inequality and show them that they can make a difference.
Check out recent contributions from Italy, Lebanon, Pakistan, and UAE, including math while traveling, fractions in hospitals and at home in recipes, and use of geometry in daily life.
Students explore and document issues surrounding heritage, hunger and food security.
Filed in: Project News, Photojournalism 2.014: Heritage, Hunger, and Food Security
Join us for a free and virtual conference to be held during International Education Week. Workshop proposals can be submitted from May 1 - November 15.
Hear from Zahra Ali Husain (Pakistan) and Dr. Joan Dye Gussow (USA) about how they got involved in the fields of environmentalism and food sustainability.
Filed in: Photojournalism 2.014: Heritage, Hunger, and Food Security
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