iEARN Projects and Activities
Talking Kites Around the World - Join before March 21
In the Talking Kites Around the World project, students learn about children's rights and how respect, tolerance, friendship, solidarity, and the constructive resolution of conflicts all contribute to a better, more peaceful world. Students then create kites with their messages of their thoughts, fears, dreams, and hopes for the world and fly them on or around the March Equinox in tribute to Janusz Korczak, who advocated for the rights of children. View a video of students in the U.S.
preparing their kites and taking part in a videoconference. To join the Talking Kites Around the World project
, visit it in the iEARN Collaboration Centre!
My Identity, Your Identity - Call for Participation
In the My Identity, Your Identity Project, students are encouraged to explore and research the elements that form their identities. These elements include the cultural traditions they observe and the famous landmarks in their communities. Students talk about the traditional celebrations they have and how they celebrate them, including the kinds of clothes they wear, they types of food they cook on those special days, and the styles of music they listen to. Participate in the My Identity, Your Identity project
in the iEARN Collaboration Centre!
Fall 2018 Learning Circles - View Final Projects
The September 2018 to January 2019 session of Learning Circles has come to a close and was a great success. Participating were 77 participants from 24 countries, including Algeria, Georgia, India, Mexico, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States. The eight Learning Circles produced 25 final projects, with several more to come. Learn more about Learning Circles here
, and view the Fall 2018 Learning Circles Final Projects here