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iEARN Wednesdays with the World Series
 In addition to iEARN Project Mini-Lessons, iEARN-USA is sharing our top tips for online learning! Want to know more? Listen HERE.


Special Events

Wednesdays with the World Webinar Series - Off to a Great Start!


This week, Laura Nietzer, iEARN Learning Circle Facilitator for the "MY HERO Call to Action" project, guided students in brainstorming the heroes helping others during the coronavirus outbreak, how to write a three paragraph essay about their hero, and how to submit an essay for publication.

We invite you to share the video with your students so they can tell MY HERO about the heroes in their communities. We can't wait to read their stories! You can access the full recording of the "MY HERO" Mini-Lesson Webinar HERE. To access only the mini-lesson, CLICK HERE.


Be sure to register for next week’s “Wednesdays with the World” Dreamline World Mini-Lesson Webinar! The Dreamline Program invites K-12 students to share their dreams with the world through art, words, technology and community action to build empathy, engagement in learning, and communication skills.

Dreamline’s Abundance Program pandemic response creates a live experience to help students focus on what matters most to them, share it with art, words and technology, and take the first steps toward action–building hope and community in this time of need. All safely. All virtually. This mini-lesson will walk you through just how it works.

To REGISTER for the "Dreamline World" Mini-Lesson Webinar, CLICK HERE


Resources and Opportunities

Make plans to join us for other upcoming “Wednesday with the World” Mini-Lesson Webinars!  To REGISTER, CLICK HERE.

iEARN Virtual Project Exhibition - Submit your Project Work by May 1st!

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 21st! Please submit your students’ iEARN project work and final products by completing this form by May 1st. 
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! More details to follow in the coming weeks!


Check out these resources to help navigate teaching during COVID-19:

iEARN Q&A

From an iEARN Educator: "My district is really cracking down on privacy settings, so I can’t do iEARN right now, unless I post their work. The way they have it set up, students are assigned numbers. Is there another more personal, yet anonymous, way to have my students post?"

A couple of suggestions we heard are to use the following as student login usernames: 

  • Nickname_Schoolname
  • A group/team name
  • First name and a different initial
We heard and understand the concern about platform security and will put together an information sheet you can share with administrators by the end of next week. It will be posted in the Teacher Forum.

Please share these resources with your education community!

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: www.iearn.org
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