iEARN-International News Flash: Projects, resources, and conferences.
iEARN-USA E-Newsletter: Opportunities for US educators.
42 participating educators from India and Pakistan embark on 8-week online course on incorporating media and performing arts and student collaboration in the classroom.
Filed in: Our Family, Our Neighborhood, Our World (O3)
Interested in empowering your students to help end world hunger? Join us on Wednesday, September 25 at 6pm EDT for an informal webinar discussion with project facilitators, Larry Levine and Maria Conte.
Join in the world’s first massively open online conference for educators focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and more.
Looking for a way to connect your students with global peers? Deadline extended - sign up by Sept 27 for the upcoming session of Learning Circles, which will run from Sept 30, 2013 to Jan 15, 2014.
Filed in: Project News
Local exhibitions in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Tajikistan celebrate student and teachers.
Filed in: Project News, Photojournalism 2.0: Images of Social Change
Photos from young aspiring journalists from Pakistan, Tajikistan and Bangladesh are being showcased as part of a four day Photojournalism 2.0 workshop and exhibition in Karachi, Pakistan.
Filed in: Photojournalism 2.0: Images of Social Change
Online course opportunities are available this fall for U.S. high school teachers to connect and get started in an online, global projects with schools in the Middle East and North Africa.
Filed in: Chris Stevens Youth Network
Join us for a webinar on how to get started with Global Collaboration. We'll have veteran teachers on hand to talk about some of their favorite projects and answer all of your questions!
Filed in: Professional Development
Visit the QFI (Qatar Foundation International) blog to read teacher impressions from Rose Gimenes (Brazil) of the 2013 iEARN Conference!
NSLIY India students volunteer, develop their language skills and explore the city of Pune during their summer language immersion program.
Filed in: National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y)
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