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"When two children in classes half a world apart solved an art challenge in exactly the same way, they were delighted -- and curious. How else are ...

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iEARN Teacher in Russia, Nina Koptyug, wins Gigglepotz Internet educator of the month award: February, 2002

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"Imagine this: It’s academic choice time in your classroom and groups of three and four students are clustered around computer workstations. Two ...

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"It seems as if the 10 years since my students and I began our Internet-based Holocaust/Genocide Project have gone by in an instant. In 1992, my 10th ...

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iEARN PROJECTS RECOGNIZED AT CABLE AND WIRELESS INTERNATIONAL CHILDNET AWARDS: The ChildNet awards go to projects that make the Internet a better ...

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"Racism and racist practices exist in every corner of the world. Racist activities run the gamut from offensive speech to the exclusion of victimized ...

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iEARN RECEIVES AWARD GLOBAL YOUTH CHALLENGE: iEARN submitted to the Global Junior Challenge in Rome, Italy. The judges wrote, "This project ...

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iEARN TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS ARE FINALISTS IN WIRELESS CHILDNET 2000 AWARDS: In the "schools" section, Petru Dimitru and Duiliu Zamfirescu School in ...

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STOCKHOLM CHALLENGE AWARDS: Finalists included three iEARN projects - Colouring our Cultures, Labs Alive (Jo Tate, Australia), and Stop Bullying (...

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HIGHLIGHTS BY PBS TELEVISION NETWORK: The classroom work of iEARN teacher Kristi Rennenbohm Franz was highlighted by the PBS Television network as an ...

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