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iEARN Virtual Project Exhibitions

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Save the Date! The 2019 iEARN Virtual Project Exhibitions, hosted by iEARN-USA, will showcase the outstanding project work and outcomes of iEARN K-12 classrooms around the world! 


iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition Details:

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Time: TBD 

iEARN Educators: We invite you and your students to present your iEARN final projects to our global learning community at the iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition on May 22, 2019! Submissions are now open! Submit your classroom's iEARN project work and final product now through May 1. (Scroll down for eligibility and requirements.)

iEARN Friends and Supporters: please join us to celebrate the inspiring work of iEARN classrooms around the world and learn about all they are doing to improve the quality of life on the planet! Stay tuned to RSVP in the coming weeks. 

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Who Can Present?

  • iEARN K-12 educators and classrooms from around the world

Helpful Tips & Resources for Presenters

Final products in iEARN projects can take many different forms. They may include photo essays, video creation, art exhibitions, websites, community events, performances, presentations, and more. If you are doing a physical exhibition locally, think about how you could share that work virtually. To learn more about sharing project outcomes and final products, read Module 8 of the iEARN Teachers Guide to Online Collaboration and Global Projects on "Presenting Students Outcomes."

Technical Requirements for Presenters

Our iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition will take place on the Zoom Video Conference platform. This is a free and easy tool for synchronous video connections. 

To join and participate in the iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition, you will need:

  • Internet connection
  • Computer, tablet, or phone (Computer is the preferred device)
  • Microphone capabilities
  • Video Camera / Webcam 

Note: We strongly encourage using a video camera or webcam, so that the audience can see your classroom presenting. If you do not have a camera, you can still participate in the event using only a microphone. 

Who Can Join?

  • Educators, students, administrators and/or iEARN friends and supporters from around the world interested in learning about and supporting iEARN global projects 

Technical Requirements for Attendees

Our iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition will take place on the Zoom Video Conference platform. This is a free and easy tool for synchronous video connections. 

To join and participate in the iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition, you will need:

  • Internet connection
  • Computer, tablet, or phone (Computer is the preferred device)