iEARN-USA's co-facilitated online courses guide educators in evaluating and aligning global projects with curriculum standards as part of an integrated project plan.  Educators develop a unique project plan for their own classroom, working alongside other course participants from several other countries.

This collaborative learning experience allows educators to communicate and network with colleagues around the world who can make teaching and learning more fun and interesting throughout year.

"When kids know that some other kids halfway across the world are watching and waiting to see evidence of their progress and learning, it raises the level of anticipation and suspense. This is why I really want to get my students involved with iEARN projects." Lisa Childres, Kansas City Missouri

"Some of my best friends are teachers that I have met through iEARN." Nancy Petrella, Middletown, Delaware

Click here to see how iEARN projects meet education standards
 

Upcoming Courses

Apply Now for iEARN's Fall Professional Development Course

Hipercept has sponsored full scholarships for 25 educators to participate in an iEARN online course this Fall. Participants will engage with other educators from around the world while covering the following topics:

  • Principles of project-based learning
  • Developing a global project plan
  • Building relationships with educators and students through digital dialogue
  • Embedding technology in project work
  • Engaging the community in a classroom project
  • Presenting, exhibiting, and assessing student learning in global projects

Applications are now available, with the course set to start on September 15, 2014. Please contact bridget @ us.iearn.org with any questions.