iEARN-International News Flash: Projects, resources, and conferences.
iEARN-USA E-Newsletter: Opportunities for US educators.
Hear an interview with the Co-Founder of Kids Can Make a Difference (KIDS), and Finding Solutions to Hunger, Poverty, and Inequality Project Co-facilitator, Larry Levine.
Congratulations to iEARN educator, Chris Baer, National Geographic Geo-Educator of the Week! Read a recent blog post about his work in the One Day in the Life Project, and join him for a Google Hangout on Oct 1.
34 participants gather in Khujand to share about, reflect on and celebrate program outcomes.
Filed in: Project News, Photojournalism 2.014: Heritage, Hunger, and Food Security
The Arabic language version of the CSYN Teacher’s Guide to Online Collaboration and Global Projects is now available for educators to view and download online!
Filed in: Chris Stevens Youth Network
The iEARN-USA Technology Team is proud to announce the launch of a brand new Tutorials site to help users get the most out of the power and functionality of the site.
Filed in: Project News
Looking for a way to connect your students with global peers? Sign up by September 20th for the upcoming session of iEARN Learning Circles.
Students and educators from Pakistan, Tajikistan and the U.S. come together to celebrate culmination of Photojournalism 2.014 program.
Join alumni of the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program for a webinar on August 28th.
Filed in: Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program
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.
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