iEARN Newsflash, December 2019
Students in the United States and Morocco participate in a video conference
for the One Day in the Life project 

Events and Celebrations


iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition - December 12th

The December 2019 iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition, hosted by iEARN-USA, is almost here! The exhibition will showcase the outstanding project work and outcomes of iEARN  K-12 classrooms around the world. Please join us to celebrate their inspiring work and learn about all they are doing to improve the quality of life on the planet! View the exhibition programs below, and to RSVP, click here.

Resources and Opportunities

iEARN Learning Circles - Registration is Open for 2020 January to May Session!

iEARN Learning Circles is a fantastic opportunity for K-12 iEARN educators and students to take part in a 5, 10 or 16 week highly interactive and facilitated project experience among a small number of schools located throughout the world. New this year are 5-week long “Hello World” and "My Hero" Learning Circles for beginners. Also new is a 10-Week Global Issues Learning Circle on Children's Rights. Register between now and January 15, 2020 to join teachers from around the world, who will be participating in the next session of iEARN Global Learning Circles! The 10- and 16-week circles will begin January 30th, with the 5-week circles beginning March 1st. For more details and to register, log into the iEARN Collaboration Centre, and visit the Learning Circle page.

iEARN Post-Project Surveys - Please Complete by December 31st!

If your class participated in an iEARN project this fall, and especially if you completed an iEARN Pre-Project Survey, we would be so grateful if your students and you completed a brief iEARN Post-Project Survey by December 31st 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:

EARN Educator Post-Project Survey:

New iEARN Collaboration Centre Features

iEARN is pleased to announce new Collaboration Centre features for celebrating the work of teachers and students in the community. Now, in addition to being able to acknowledge others’ contributions to discussions by using the iEARN reactions, iEARN members can receive badges to recognize their efforts, engagement, and contributions to the community as they participate in online project discussions. Teachers and students can receive the Active Participant Badge, the Anniversary Badge, the Insightful Badge, the Caring Badge, the Helpful Badge, and the Like Badge for their thoughtful and active engagement in online dialogue. Learn more about this exciting new feature here

Project Updates

International Dinner Party

The International Dinner Party project, in its very first year, has already welcomed participants from Georgia, India, Moldova, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In this project, students create artwork representing a typical dinner place-setting from their individual countries and answer meaningful questions about it. Join the International Dinner Party project in the iEARN Collaboration Centre here!
Student artwork from Taiwan submitted for the International Dinner Party project. 

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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