iEARN Virtual Events & Post-Project Surveys
Students at Gilman School in Maryland, USA proudly hold up the peace signs they created for the Global Art: A Sense of Caring project.

iEARN-USA is hosting the May 2020 iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition to showcase the inspiring project work and outcomes achieved by iEARN classrooms around the world. At this Virtual Project Exhibition, iEARN classrooms will present about their iEARN project work and final projects. The program for each of the two exhibition sessions below will be shared in an upcoming email.

Date: Thursday, May 21, 2020

International Book Club Project Facilitator Fay Stump reads a picture book during this week's Wednesdays with the World Mini-Lesson Webinar.

iEARN-USA Wednesdays with the World Webinar Series

It has been wonderful to have so many people from all over the world come together for an hour each Wednesday at iEARN-USA's Wednesdays with the World Mini-Lesson Webinars to learn together from our inspiring project facilitators!

These hour-long webinars have taken the form both of a mini-lesson, where an iEARN Project Facilitator guides participants in activities from an iEARN project, followed by a brief section with tips for online learning; and a roundtable, where participants engage in discussion on topics, such as best practices for online teaching and learning. All webinars are recorded and shared following the events. To view the recording of this week's "International Book Club Mini-Lesson Webinar," CLICK HERE. To view recordings of previous webinars, CLICK HERE.

Join our Final Wednesdays with the World Webinar Next Week:
a Finding Solutions to Hunger Mini-Lesson Webinar!

For now I ask no more than the justice of eating ⎯ Pablo Neruda

The more adaptable and flexible teachers can be with lessons/activities, the more our students will find solutions against hunger for the rest of their lives. In this mini-lesson, you will learn how to adapt several lessons to meet your own teaching needs and those of your primary, middle and upper school students.

Some students understand hunger from daily experience; despite this fact, they remain eager to understand and share their ideas about food and sustainability. Other students are blessed to experience food security, eager as well to unravel the causes of hunger in our shared world. To understand is to imagine change, and so we teach our students to take new knowledge and create solutions that will provide sustainability.

Learn more about the Finding Solutions to Hunger project here.

To REGISTER for the "Finding Solutions to Hunger" Mini-Lesson Webinar, CLICK HERE

iEARN Educator Grace Nabuduwa and her students at Ngora Girls Secondary School in Uganda plant vegetables as part of their activities for the Finding Solutions to Hunger project.

iEARN Post-Project Surveys

Did you just finish an iEARN project, or will you be finishing one soon? If so, we would be so grateful if your students and you completed a brief iEARN Post-Project Survey in support of our evaluation efforts. Below, please find the links to access the surveys, and thank you in advance for your and your students’ participation!

iEARN Student Post-Project Survey:

iEARN Educator Post-Project Survey:


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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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