iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition Programs

Students at Magome Elementary School in Tokyo, Japan happily display their drawings for the TOPA (The Olympics & Paralympics in Action) project.

The iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition on May 21st is fast approaching! Get ready to be inspired! Join this special event to learn from and celebrate the accomplishments of iEARN students and educators from around the world, who will be presenting their impressive iEARN project work and final outcomes.

There will be two sessions — one at 9 am EDT and another at 1 pm EDT — and each will showcase a different program. We are excited to share the exciting line-up of presenters and projects they will be showcasing below!

REGISTER below for one or both sessions of the Virtual Project Exhibition:

Please share the details with your colleagues, as well as your students and their parents. We encourage all to attend and look forward to having you join us to celebrate the amazing work of iEARN students around the world!

To support iEARN-USA and help us continue to hold events like this and collaborate with the international iEARN network to implement transformative exchange projects, please donate below.

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iEARN-USA Wednesdays with the World Webinar Series:
A Great Success!

iEARN-USA's "Wednesdays with the World" Webinar Series has officially come to a close, and we are pleased to share the recordings below from each of the iEARN Project Mini-Lesson Webinars as resources for teachers to use virtually with their classes.

Each hour-long webinar featured an iEARN Project Mini-Lesson, with an iEARN Project Facilitator presenting activities from the iEARN project. Each lesson was followed by a brief section with tips for online learning. One Roundtable Special Edition session was also held as part of the series. The Webinar Series included the following topics:
  • MY HERO Mini-Lesson
  • Dreamline World Mini-Lesson 
  • Round Table Edition: Best Practices for Online Teaching and Learning
  • Digital Storytelling for Exchange Mini-Lesson
  • International Book Club Mini-Lesson
  • Finding Solutions to Hunger Mini-Lesson
To read a description of each of the webinars and to access the recordings, CLICK HERE

Resources, Opportunities & Tips

Below, find resources to support educators during COVID-19:
  • A teacher argues that it’s important now—with teachers and students working separately—to promote reflection and social connection as tools for learning.
  • Though remote learning has brought many challenges, some students seem to be thriving in the new circumstances. What can we learn from them?
PBS Kids: Thanking the helpers in your neighborhood
  • Thanking the helpers in your neighborhood is a great way for children to practice gratitude. With your students, fill out this card to thank those who are keeping us safe. Then share it on Twitter or Instagram by tagging @PBSKIDS and using #ThankYouNeighbors.
  • The purpose of these tools is to draw students into the lesson/activity and make them engaged and looking forward to your next virtual class meeting.
  • Use this as a crucial time to engage your students in practicing news literacy skills.

Please share about these events and resources
with your colleagues! 

About iEARN

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is a global non-profit network that empowers teachers and students worldwide to use technology to collaborate on projects designed to make a meaningful contribution to the health and welfare of the planet and its people. Started in 1988, iEARN is currently active in over 140 countries, with 2,000,000 students participating as part of their education.  iEARN-International:
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