iEARN Project Book 2022-2023

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Project Book K-12 GLOBAL PROJECTS FOR LEARNERS OF ALL AGES MULTILINGUAL PROJECTS ALIGNED WITH THE U.N. GLOBAL GOALS SOCIAL SCIENCES CREATIVE & LANGUAGE ARTS STEM

Project Directory 2-6 Introduction 8-11 Get Started 13-14 Global Learning Circles & Themes 16-21 Projects 23-52 Regional Projects 53-54 Future Teachers Forum 55-57 Professional Development 58-60 iEARN International 61-62 Country Coordinators 63-70 Table of Contents

Project Name Category Page Alo, Brasil - Hello Brazil 23 Alphabets of the Peoples of the World 23 Alternate Reality 24 Amigos alrededor del mundo / Friends Around the World 24 Art Connect 25 Cultural Package Exchange 25 Daffodils and Tulips 26 De la mano de mis abuelos/ Grandparents caring deeds footsteps 26 Project Directory PROJECT DIRECTORY2 = STEM = CREATIVE & LANGUAGE ARTS = SOCIAL SCIENCES

PROJECT DIRECTORY Project Name Category Page Descarbonizar - Tiempo de actuar 27 Diccionario Afectivo - Affective Dictionary 27 Do Good, Save Food! 28 Early Peoples Symbols Project 28 Finding Solutions to Hunger 29 Folk and Culture Project 29 Folk Costumes Around the Globe 30 Girl Rising 30 Global Art A Sense of Caring 31 Global STEAM 31 GOMI on EARTH 32 Hands for Peace, Mãos para a Paz, Manos para la Paz 32 Heart to Heart 33 Project Directory 3

Project Name Category Page Heritage (to be preserved)/ Patrimoine (preserver) 33 Holiday Card Exchange 34 iMagz : Making Myself Heard 34 International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected 35 International Film Club 35 Local History 36 Machinto - Hiroshima/Nagasaki for Peace 36 Medicine in My Backyard 37 Mi Museo, Nuestros Museos 37 Money Matters 38 Mosquitos - Conociendo a tu vecino - Detectives en acción 38 MY HERO: Environmental Activists 39 PROJECT DIRECTORY Project Directory 4

Project Name Category Page MY HERO: Heroes are Everywhere 39 My Identity, Your Identity 40 My School, Your School 40 Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2023 41 NO al bullying, S a una cultura de paz 41 One Day in the Life 42 Origami 42 Protectores en accin 43 Python 43 Ruta 34 44 Scratch - Introduccin a la programacin 44 Smiling World 45 Solar Cooking Project 45 Special Place 46 PROJECT DIRECTORY Project Directory 5

Project Name Category Page Staying Healthy 46 STICK - Measuring the Circumference of the Earth 47 Taisho Koto 47 Talking Kites in the Footsteps of J. Korczak 48 The Earth Stewardship Project 48 The Olympics & Paralympics in Action (TOPA) Project 49 The Parlour 49 The Teddy Bear Project 50 Un Mundo de Juegos 50 Water is Life/Team Green International 51 World We Live in 51 YouthCan (Youth Communicating and Networking Global Project) 52 PROJECT DIRECTORY Project Directory 6

WE'RE THE MOST EXPERIENCED LEADER IN GLOBAL EDUCATION

INTRODUCTION8

Our Mission

Our Vision

About Us

The vision of iEARN USA is an interconnected, peaceful and just world.

The mission of iEARN USA is to develop and empower an inclusive global community of students and educators who bridge cultural divides and work together to make a meaningful difference in the world.

We develop global citizens by connecting and empowering young people around the world to make positive changes in their communities. For more than 30 years, iEARN has engaged over 50,000 teachers and 2 million students in meaningful collaborative projects and exchanges with peers around the world.

Discuss philosophies of teaching and learning in a global society with future educators around the world, including topics like creating equitable and effective classrooms and integrating project based learning into curricula.

Network with and learn alongside educators in other nations to strengthen your global competence and receive tools and resources you can use in your classroom right away.

What We Offer: Virtual Exchanges

"Global Learning Circles" and Collaborative Classroom Projects

Connect your classroom with other classrooms across the globe to work on projects that fit your curriculum and help make the world a better place.

Cross-Cultural Professional Development Workshops

Future Teachers Forum for University Students and Professors

INTRODUCTION9

Our project based education model was recognized by the World Economic Forum as one of the most innovative education models in the world! Through it, K 12 students can work on projects together using a safe and structured online environment with an inclusive and culturally diverse community of global-minded teachers and learners.

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Every iEARN project has to answer the question, “how will this project improve the quality of life on the planet?” That purpose is the glue that holds iEARN together. Through participation in iEARN projects, students develop the habit of working collaboratively with their counterparts locally and globally and come to understand the positive role they can play in their communities. STEM = CREATIVE & LANGUAGE ARTS SOCIAL SCIENCES

Our online Collaboration Centre can also be used as a forum for peer review and the sharing of student writing and other works.

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About OurProjects

Global Goals: Projects That Make a Difference

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In 2015, iEARN launched a major effort to mobilize its global network and other global education partners to realize the U.N's 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of targets designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. As a result of this effort, all iEARN projects are aligned with one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals. Visit SDG Alignment on the iEARN website for more information.

iEARN offers three ways to engage in our projects: Join a project:

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Become a 1member:

IMPLEMENT YOUR PROJECT STUDENTS' WORK

A MEMBER 2 JOIN A PROJECT 3 FIND CLASSROOM PARTNERS 4

How to Get Started

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Membership provides teachers and students access to a global network of educators and an extensive menu of K 12 projects through iEARN’s safe and password protected Collaboration Centre.

You can find our projects here in this catalog, through a searchable database in our online Collaboration Centre, and through our newsletter, iEARN in Action.

Ongoing projects: Join any time throughout the year and determine the length of participation.

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Short term projects: Choose a project with a stated start and end date Learning Circles: Join a cohort of 6-8 teachers and their classes in a dedicated space in the Collaboration Centre. These groups remain together over a 5 16 week period working on projects drawn from the curriculum of each of the classrooms and organized around a selected theme.

Register Now!

4. Implement your project:

Project Facilitators for each iEARN Project are available to help you connect with other iEARN teachers participating in the project, as well as guide you in activities and project work your class can complete. You can find the Project Facilitator’s email contact information on the specific forum for the project you are interested in joining.

3. Find classroom partners:

Post in the Teachers’ Group Post in the Discussion of the project you ’ ve joined Join one of iEARN’s virtual events to connect with other educators

Students are more engaged, more excited to demonstrate learning, and more motivated to do their best work when they know they will be presenting it to others The “Presenting Student Outcomes” Module in the iEARN Teacher’s Guide includes many ideas for sharing workguide.iearn.org/engaging-the-community/m8-presenting-student-outcomes/

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Exchange activities include forum discussions, media sharing, video conferencing, and other activities where students communicate online with their partner classrooms. In class and exchange activities build up to the creation of a final product, such as a joint student newsletter, website, video, or service activity.

iEARN offers three easy ways to find educator and classroom partners in the iEARN Network:

5. Present students' work:

iEARN projects take shape through a combination of in-class class project work and online exchange activities. Classroom activities can include research, writing, class discussion, media creation, experiments, group work, or other activities that explore the topic.

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Join our Global Learning Circles – highly interactive, projectbased partnerships among schools throughout the world. Learning Circles is a virtual, collaborative, project based methodology for placing students and teachers into international teams or “Circles” to develop global projects around a shared theme. An experienced facilitator leads each Learning Circle in order to carefully guide each participant through the various tasks and phases.

High school (grades 10 – 12 or higher; ages 15 18 or higher)

We offer Learning Circle projects for:

Each session, over 100 classrooms choose iEARN Global Learning Circles to participate in collaborative project work. Each Learning Circle is composed of a group of 6 8 classes who work together during an entire session. At the beginning of each session, new Circles from new locations are formed, with 4-7 countries represented in each Circle.

Elementary (grades K 5; ages 5 10)

Learning Circles interaction is structured through six phases and each Circle culminates in the creation of a collaborative final project/publication. Each classroom team is responsible for editing and publishing their project for the group publication.

For further information contact Barry S. Kramer, the iEARN Global Learning Circles coordinator, at learningcircles@gmail.com.

Middle (grades 6 – 9; ages 11 - 14)

Global Learning Circles

September to January Session: All projects begin on September 30, 2022

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All Learning Circle Placement forms are due before September 23, 2022

Global Issues

Global Learning Circles

My Hero: Call To Action Schedule for 2022 - 2023

My School

Hello World

5-Week Projects for Beginners:

10 Week Projects: 16 Week Projects:

January 2023 to May 2023 Session: All projects begin on January 30, 2023

All Learning Circle Placement forms are due before January 23, 2023

My Hero: Celebrating Everyday Heroes

Computer Chronicles Places and Perspectives

My Hero: First Steps

Returning this year are our popular five week long Learning Circles for beginners at the Elementary, Middle and High School levels. Hello World: Learning Circles are for teachers and students who have never participated in an iEARN project or a Learning Circle. This five-week experience will introduce teachers and students to the basics of Learning Circles, including teacher introductions, culture sharing, and an information exchange. If you have never participated in an iEARN project or a Learning Circle before and you would like to know what it is like, this is the place to begin your iEARN experience.

Global Learning Circles Themes

Hello World!

The Places and Perspectives theme encourages students to explore regional history, culture, government, and geography by sharing their knowledge with people from different locations. The goal is to help students understand how historical events and geographic conditions interact to help shape their lives and gives them a deeper understanding of themselves, their families, and their communities Each classroom sponsors a project for a section in the Places and Perspectives Review For instance, a classroom might sponsor a section on local legends, interview native inhabitants, investigate unique landforms, describe historical attractions of the area, examine local constitutions, compare weather patterns, or engage in map studies. See http://globallearningcircles.org/lcguide/pp/pp.html to learn more about the Places and Perspectives project in the online Learning Circles Teacher’s Guide.

Places and Perspectives

GLOBAL LEARNING CIRCLES18 Hello Hello Hello World! World! World!

This theme promotes non fictional writing across the curriculum. Interaction online revolves around producing a newspaper like publication called The Computer Chronicles. Each class has the opportunity to sponsor one or more sections of the newspaper as their Learning Circle project. Classrooms solicit articles from their partner classes and edit them to create one section of the newspaper. This section is combined with the other sections sponsored by circle partners to form the completed Circle publication

See http://globallearningcircles org/ lcguide/cc/cc html to learn more about the Computer Chronicles project in the online Learning Circles Teacher’s Guide.

The Global Issues theme allows students to discuss the many issues and challenges faced by the world today Projects focus on identifying and developing solutions for the countless issues people of the world face on a local, national, and global scale. Popular topics and issues are environment, education, immigration, safety, bullying, housing, pollution, government, and hunger. Students are also encouraged to propose new and emerging issues that they would like to explore, research, and discuss. Furthermore, participants can investigate specific topics by looking at problems, solutions, action plans, and prevention. This curriculum may encompass traditional educational subject areas as well as cross curriculum areas of interest.

Global Issues: Environment and Education

Global Learning Circles Themes

Computer Chronicles

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The 16 week MY HERO: Call to Action Learning Circle introduces students to heroes of all ages working on the SDGs. Students share their ideas through iEARN’s platform, choose an issue they feel strongly about, and design an action plan. Students will create a final project (written story, film, artwork, or audio) either individually or as a group honoring those making a positive difference working on the SDGs or documenting their effort to create positive change in the world Teachers collaborate with other educators through the forum and engage their students in collaborative work.

My Hero Learning Circles, a collaboration between the iEARN Learning Circles and The My Hero Project (www.myhero.com), brings together students and teachers who are interested in collaborating with other schools from diverse areas of the world on the topic of heroism. Each of the MY HERO Learning Circles is open to all grade levels.

This 10 week Learning Circle for elementary school students (Grades K 5) allows students to share and celebrate information about their classroom and their school. Participants may choose to write stories, take photographs, prepare multimedia presentations, create videos, or use other media formats to share and highlight information about their school. Each participating class will share cultural information and create a presentation.

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My School

Global Learning Circles Themes

My School

MY HERO: Learning Circles

MY HERO: Call to Action (16 weeks)

Teachers are invited to sponsor and facilitate a theme for a special Learning Circle If you have a project idea or suggestion contact Barry Kramer at learningcircles@gmail.com to develop a plan to advertise and gather support for your project. In order to develop a special Circle theme it is best to start the process at least two months before the beginning of the Learning Circles sessions. It is also best to have a facilitator and some classes that may already be interested in the theme.

Global Learning Circles Themes

If any iEARN member would like to use the Learning Circles format for your project, please contact Barry Kramer for information and ideas on how to facilitate communication and interaction among your project participants.

HERO First Steps (5 weeks)

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The 10-week MY HERO: Celebrating Everyday Heroes brings together students and teachers who are interested in collaborating h other classes on honoring everyday heroes in their mmunity and the world. Students will be introduced to young roes and realize that they can make a positive difference in the rld. Ideas will be shared on iEARN’s platform and students will given the opportunity to create a final project, individually or a group, honoring those making a positive difference.

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r those teachers and students who are new to iEARN and online laborative project work, the 5 week MY HERO First Steps is an opportunity to get a sampling of the MY HERO Learning Circle. Students learn about young global heroes and honor heroes in their own community while teachers connect with other educators using the iEARN platform

MY HERO: Celebrating Everyday Heroes (10 weeks)

Teacher-Sponsored Themes

Troca de experincias e interao entre falantes nativos e aprendizes de Portugus. Trata se de um projeto de cinco semanas com momentos diferentes de interao on-line , como se segue: apresentao dos alunos/professores; apresentao das escolas; perguntas sobre suas comunidades ou cidades; respostas s perguntas formuladas; despedidas. Estudantes de todos os nveis so bem vindos. Exchange of experience and interaction among native speakers and learners of Portuguese. This 5 week project includes different moments of online interaction as follows: teachers and students introduction; introduction of their schools; questions about their cities or communities; answers to the previous questions; farewell. Students of all levels of Portuguese are welcome.

Alo, Brasil!

PORTUGUESE

MIDDLE (12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

Learn about the origin of the alphabets of the peoples of the world. During the project, students collect information about the history of the alphabet, the history of their language, the history of their country, and then share the results of their work on online forums in the form of essays, presentations, booklets, posters, photographs or drawings.

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SOCIALSTUDIES

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MIDDLE (12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

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Alphabets of the Peoples of the World

ALFIA SIBAGATULINA

NOVEMBRO DE 2022 PATRICIA FAUSTINO ALMERINDA GARIBALDI

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SOCIALSTUDIES LANGUAGEARTS

WORLDLANGUAGE ENGLISH

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SEPTEMBER 2022 JUNE 2023

LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS

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SECONDARY (15 18) ENGLISH

OCTOBER 2022JANUARY 2023

Alternate Reality

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FACILITATOR(S)

CHRIS BAER SOLEDAD GOMEZ SAA

ENGLISH SPANISH AUGUST 2022JULY 2023

Amigos Alrededor del Mundo / Friends Around the World

If students can't physically walk in each other's shoes, why not imagine what it could look like? In iEARN's Alternate Reality project, students create and exchange digital photocomposites to visually imagine what their partners' lives might be like if they lived in their community. In this project, one class shares photographs of a few volunteer students, posed against a plain background and doing something ordinary, together with their first names and a short description of their interests. Then, their partners digitally transport them to their school and community in captioned, realistic photocomposites, to teach them a little about what their life might be like if they lived in their hosts’ community! Then they discuss, and switch roles. It’s fun, interesting, immersive, and sometimes a little silly!

MIDDLE (12 14)

FACILITATOR(S)

SOCIAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY

KRISTIN BROWN ENID FIGUEROA (5 11)

Proyecto de integracin de la literatura infantil.Con Amigos u otros textos literarios, las clases participantes entran en el proceso de la lectura y el dilogo creativo para trabajar algunos de los temas que proponemos: 1. Diversidad e inclusin, 2. Integracin de las matemticas y el lenguaje, 3. Pensamiento crtico, 4. El rol del juego, 5. Integracin de las tecnologas, 6. Valores (amistad) y 7. Creatividad (poesa, canciones, arte u otros).After reading the book Friends by Alma Flor Ada, or other childrens literature, the teacher and students use the process of creative dialogue to explore such themes as diversity and inclusion; the integration of math and language; critical thinking; games; technology integration; values (e.g. friendship); creativity (e.g. poetry, art, songs, roleplays).A project based on childrens literature.

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PRIMARY(5 11)

Schools from two different countries exchange (real or virtual) box full of cultural items such as cultural clothes, food and ornaments. The project will have schools matched according to age and country. Their first interaction will be online through the iEARN forum where they will exchange information about themselves, schools, town and country. The second stage the teacher asks the students to search and collect items that relate to their cultures, clothes, food, snacks, lucky charms and everything that they think represents their county. They will also write informative descriptions of the items, wrap the box and send it by mail. The final step is when they receive the package, they write in the forum about their reactions, and if they have extra questions about the items.

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

ASMAA ALBERIKI

SOCIAL STUDIES

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

PRIMARY(5 11)

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Art Connect

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In this project, students research and learn a traditional art form of their country. Students understand the sustainable practices in traditional art forms while connecting with another country and culture They share and learn an aspect of each others culture through visual art or performing art, co creating a mural together which reflects the amalgamation of the two cultures, compose a song together, or choreograph a dance together. The final exhibition could be a song, a video, a collaborative mural (put together online), etc.* This project will run in three month cycles: July - September, October - December, January - March, April - June.

JULY 2022 JUNE 2023

FACILITATOR(S)

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ARTS

SOCIAL STUDIES

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

SEPTEMBER 2022MAY 2023

MISHECK MUTUZANA KALYANI VOLETI

Cultural Package Exchange

PROJECTS

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11)

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

SPECIALEDUCATION TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE

ARABIC ENGLISH SPANISH

ENGLISH SPANISH MAY AUGUST 2023 CATHERINE MABEL RAMOA

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

Students in different parts of the world plant daffodil and tulip bulbs together and collect data on various parameters (latitude, longitude, sunlight, temperature etc ) and track when they blossom Classrooms around the world choose Daffodil and/or Tulip bulbs to plant during the same week in November (Northern Hemisphere) or April (Southern Hemisphere) Students will be asked to collect temperature data throughout the experiment and report to the group in addition they will report when the blooms appear etc The project can be as involved or as simple as your class needs it to be

De la Mano de mis Abuelos/Grandparents Caring Deeds Footsteps

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

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Daffodils and Tulips

FACILITATOR(S)

RUTY HOTZEN

SOCIALSTUDIES LANGUAGEARTS WORLDLANGUAGE

Schools from different countries are joined to work different activities with their grandparents to exchange and share different information from different past times The aim of this project is to encourage students to share different moments with their grandparents by listening patiently to their memories of places and their past lives and to reflect on the exchange process between the participating schools.

OCTOBER 2022 JULY 2023

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Diccionario Afectivo - Affective Dictionary

GLOBAL CGOALS

ROSY AGUILA MARGARITA GUINO ARIAS

Descarbonizar - Tiempo de actuar

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11)

Proyeto telemtico colaborativo para trabajar con cualquier nivel educativo los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible de Naciones Unidas El proyecto consiste en construir de forma colaborativa un diccionario con definiciones de palabras relacionadas con los 17 ODS adoptados por Naciones Unides como parte de la nueva agenda de desarrollo sostenible para promover la paz y la igualdad para todos Los estudiantes conectan temas curriculares con los ODS, seleccionan palabras para definir desde sus propios puntos de vista, las comparten en el espacio colaborativo e interactuan con los dems estudiantes participantes. The project consists of collaboratively building a dictionary with definitions of words related to the 17 SDGs adopted by the United Nations as part of the new sustainable development agenda to promote peace and equality for all. Students connect curricular topics with the SDGs, select words to define from their own points of view, share them in the collaborative space and interact with the other participating students.

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

DICIEMBRE 2022 CARLOS CHIU

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MIDDLE (12-14) SECONDARY (15 18)

MATHEMATICS TECHNOLOGY

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El proyecto parte con dos interrogantes a los participantes: Que es el Cambio Climtico? y Puedes describir como afecta a tu vida? Una vez que tengan las respuestas deben dar ejemplos de su propio contexto. Es necesario manejar los conceptos sobre huella de carbn, administracin de recursos: agua, tierra, atmsfera, energa y extraccin de recursos Esto es referente a la meta #13 del Desarrollo Sostenible y ver como estn conectados el uso de los recursos con los efectos del cambio climtico Para ello se van a utilizar algunos simuladores que existen en la Internet The project starts with two questions for the participants: What is climate change and can you describe how it affects your life? The object of this project is that the students learn about the concepts of carbon footprint, resource management: water, land, atmosphere, energy and resource extraction through simulations.

ENGLISH SPANISH AGOSTO 2022

SATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES FACILITATOR(S) SOCIALSTUDIES LANGUAGEARTS WORLDLANGUAGE MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18) ENGLISH CATALAN SEPTIEMBRE 2022JUNIO 2023

FACILITATOR(S)

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TAABEEN RAAJ BASKOTA CHRISTINE HOCKERT

ENGLISH GERMAN AUGUST 2022 MAY 2023 EKATERINA BOZDOGAN

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LANGUAGEARTS TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE

PRIMARY (5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

ENGLISH

Early Peoples Symbols Project

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE (12 14)

The Early Peoples Symbols project's purpose is to explore early peoples symbols and cultural history of groups of people around the globe. Students will conduct research about cultural elements of early peoples such as clothing, jewelry, food growing or gathering, art, tools, weapons, homes, and myths and legends and create a PowerPoint presentation or movie about the Early Peoples in their country Then they will create symbolic representations of the Early People as an original piece of artwork

FACILITATOR(S)

SOCIALSTUDIES

SEPTEMBER 1 2022JUNE 30, 2023

How we produce and consume food is the single biggest threat to nature today It's a major driver of the emergence of infectious diseases, unhealthy diets are the biggest cause of non communicable diseases and 1.9 billion people are obese or overweight. In schools we need to raise food awareness to stay healthy, reduce food waste and save the environment for a better future. The project aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goal No: 2 (Zero Hunger), Goal No: 3 (Good heath and well being), SDG 4 (Quality Education), and addresses local and global communities of students, teachers and parents to promote healthy eating habits, raise food waste awareness and ensure SEL through service-learning. Partner schools plan concrete, cross-curricular activities that reflect school cultures and meet the needs of sustainable development of school communities. The project promotes inquiry based learning and student initiated action.

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Do Good, Save Food!

MATHEMATICS TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE SOCIALSTUDIES

SCIENCE

Do you know your local culture? Can you explain it to others? Students research and introduce about their own folks and/or culture to each other. Some local culture is getting to be forgotten by the young generation. The most serious problem is that they can not be proud of it because of a lack of understanding of the value. We need to educate the children on how valuable culture they have is and have them realize they need to leave this culture to posterity.

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AYANE NOSE

SOCIAL STUDIES

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

AYANA TANAKA

IRAM SADIQ

JULY 2022 - JULY 2023

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

FACILITATOR(S)

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YOSHIKO FUKUI

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Folk and Culture Project

ENGLISH

Finding Solutions to Hunger

SEPTEMBER 2022 APRIL 2023

Students will research/discuss the root causes of hunger in the world, learning to take meaningful action to create a more just and sustainable world. Finding Solutions to Hunger is a project in which students of all ages begin to understand the root causes of hunger in the world and take meaningful action for its elimination. Teachers are provided with some compulsory and some optional series of 20 adaptable activities and lessons. They are also supported with resources to take help for completing lessons and activities.

SOCIAL STUDIES

PRIMARY(5 11)

ENGLISH JAPANESE

LANGUAGE ARTS

FACILITATOR(S)

Girl Rising journeys around the globe to witness the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world Students get to know nine unforgettable girls living in the developing world: ordinary girls who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to achieve their dreams and obtain a quality education.

SECONDARY (15-18)

2) Students can also read the book 'I am Malala' and 'Girl Rising: Changing the World One Girl at a Time' and discuss their personal struggles to receive an education

NOTE Through a partnership with Global Campaign for Education US, members of iEARN can contact the project facilitators to receive a copy of the movie DVD for free either by postal mail or via this Dropbox folder

FACILITATOR(S)

Folk Costumes Around the Globe

3) As part of their discussions with other classes, students are encouraged to share ideas about what they can do to ensure that all girls and boys in the world have the right to quality education. Discussion questions and suggestions for action steps are in the 'Resources' section of this project.

Girl Rising

The project is meant to give the students from different countries a chance to share their folk costumes, traditions and dances with other students and teachers in the world, to promote their culture, folk art and traditions. The students will take/collect photos with folk costumes from their region/country, describe them and give information about the occasions when people use/used to wear them Students can also create short videos reflecting different traditions and folk dances

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ED GRAGERT MARI SEKINE

FACILITATOR(S)

ENGLISH

CORNELIA PLATON

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AUGUST 2022 JUNE 2023

ENGLISH SPANISH

SOCIAL STUDIES

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

PRIMARY(5 11)

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TECHNOLOGY

1) Participants are encouraged to watch 'Girl Rising' and, then have their students share their reflections after watching it by posting to this Girl Rising Discussion Area on iEARN.

SEPTEMBER 2022

MIDDLE (12 14)

SOCIAL STUDIES

AUGUST 2023

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ENGLISH AUGUSTDECEMBER 2022

LANGUAGE ARTS

SECONDARY (15 18)

HINA SADIA

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

IWONA KOWALIK ABEER QUNAIBI

MATHEMATICS TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE

PRIMARY(5 11)

PRIMARY(5 11)

SOCIALSTUDIES

Global STEAM

This project includes several collaborative activities throughout the school year to explore global issues, using a variety of educational tools. These include population growth, climate change, measuring our world, and plastic pollution. Every project has an open ended component and gives/creates an opportunity to develop STEAM subject skills to use them in everyday life. Schools may do either, or both! STEAM based education creates opportunities for self learning, develops lifelong learning tools, enhances 21 century skills, and stimulates students' motivation towards creativity, innovation and positive global citizenship

FACILITATOR(S)

Global Art: A Sense of Caring

MIDDLE(12 14)

ENGLISH

SEPTEMBER 2022MAY 2023

FACILITATOR(S)

PROJECTS31

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The purpose of this project is to support youth to exchange digital photos/artwork and writing on the theme of caring. Students in participating schools and communities write a story or a poem on his/her ideas of caring. Student then create an artwork according to the story. Students then design a class Service Learning project that demonstrates caring for others and take action to benefit the community and show how much they care about. Students use different mediums including software to produce artwork on the theme of caring. Students can also take digital photographs that show what they care about and how they care for one another and other living things in their schools, families, communities and the world. Students will use these images along with text to create a PowerPoint or slide show for the story. Students share their completed projects in the project forum

AUGUST 2022JULY 2023

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KATHY BOSIAK MAI OKADA YOKO TAKAGI

GOMI is the Japanese word for garbage This project is about the long journey of GOMI on EARTH and what we can do about it! You are GOMI detectives in Part I. You will visualize and illustrate what GOMI is about when you follow its long journey to final destination on EARTH. You investigate and face the World GOMI Reality in Part II. You are GOMI activists at Part III, where you care about GOMI and reach your creative GOMI solutions. You can participate in Part I ~ Part III freely based on your class time and students' ages. In addition, you have 'Mottainai' program facilitated by Aoyama Gakuin University students, which invites you to learn and experience Mottainai culture in Japan.

MIDDLE(12 14)

FACILITATOR(S)

PORTUGUESE SPANISH ENGLISH AUGUST - OCTOBER

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

SOCIAL STUDIES

O objetivo principal do Mos para a Paz discutir a questo da paz, seu significado e necessidade; construir e fortalecer valores e atitudes de uma cultura de paz nas crianas participantes; ampliar seus conhecimentos sobre as aes em prol da paz em todo o mundo; reduzir os preconceitos existentes entre os pases e desenvolver habilidades no uso de ferramentas tecnolgicas para realizar intercmbios culturais Todos os nveis de habilidade lingustica so bem vindos

The main goal of Hands for Peace is to discuss the issue of peace, its meaning and necessity; build and strengthen values and attitudes of a culture of peace in participating children; expand their knowledge of actions in favor of peace throughout the world; reduce existing preconceptions between countries and develop skills on the use of technological tools to carry out cultural exchanges. All levels of language skill are welcome.

FACILITATOR(S) 2022 PATRICIA FAUSTINO ALMERINDA GARIBALDI

PRIMARY(5 11)

ENGLISH JAPANESE

AUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES

GOMI on EARTH

SCIENCE SOCIALSTUDIES

El objetivo principal de Manos para la Paz es discutir el tema de la paz, su significado y necesidad; construir y fortalecer valores y actitudes de una cultura de paz en los nios participantes; ampliar su conocimiento de las acciones a favor de la paz en todo el mundo; reducir los prejuicios existentes entre pases y desarrollar habilidades sobre el uso de herramientas tecnolgicas para realizar intercambios culturales.Todos los niveles de habilidad lingstica son bienvenidos.

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SECONDARY (15 18)

PRIMARY(5 11)

Hands for Peace, Mos para a Paz, Manos para la Paz

ENGLISH FRENCH

SEPTEMBER 2022 -

PRIMARY(5 11)

AUGUST 2022AUGUST 2023

LANGUAGEARTS

MIDDLE(12 14)

LANGUAGEARTS

SOCIALSTUDIES

WORLD LANGUAGES

OLGA TIMOFEEVA

Welcome/ Bienvenue (bilingual project) The project consists in choosing the part of YOUR HERITAGE you want to PRESERVE MOST Once you have chosen the topic(s), whether it is Famous Buildings, Landscapes, Cooking, Emblematic Animals, Endangered Resources (water, forests, coastlines, Marine Reserves, Coral Reefs...) you can choose whatever activity to describe, and share your presentation. The project is open to all ages from primary to secondary (high) school The participants choose a topic relating to their country's heritage and illustrate the topic through descriptions, articles, films, videos, audio documents, posters, quizzes, reports Previous topics included: the preservation of our oceans, rivers and access to clean water; species in danger of extinction and emblematic wild animals; traditional dishes and cooking; handicrafts, former trades, fashion and traditional clothes; educational progress and access to education for girls; landscapes and beauties of nature (coastlines, volcanoes, deserts); and arts and religious architecture (temples in India). People, teachers and their students, from up to 60 countries have already participated in this longstanding project Whatever you can do will be welcomed

Heart to Heart

ENGLISH RUSSIAN

IEARN FRANCE

PROJECTS33

FACILITATOR(S)

People all over the world have lots in common even being different nationalities, living miles away and speaking different languages. We like and love the same things which make our lives better and brighter. Heart to Heart is the place to share everything which is so close to your hearts! Global friendship, understanding and forgiveness can save the world! Classrooms can join this project at different times during the year.

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

Heritage (to be preserved)/Patrimoine (preserver)

SECONDARY (15 18)

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JUNE 2023

SOCIALSTUDIES

PRIMARY(5 11)

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FACILITATOR(S)

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SEPTEMBER 2022AUGUST 2023

SOCIALSTUDIES

The project will be about creating a magazine. The magazine will have the A Z of creative writing published. Write articles and news stories, create advertisements and banners, take interviews and pictures, make collages and calenders, write diary entries and poems, express their thoughts and feelings on any issue in any creative way. Students are invited to write on any topic which is close to their heart. The final product will be a magazine published. It will be an e magazine. The students will be able to read the voices of their counterparts from various continents. This way they will know and understand each other much better.

FACILITATOR(S)

MIDDLE(12 14)

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11) LANGUAGEARTS

SOCIALSTUDIES SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

PROJECTS34

GLOBAL CGOALS

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

Classrooms explain their holiday traditions by sending cards to their partners around the world. Teachers and students prepare an envelope with holiday cards to send to the other participants between October December. Students may send Chinese New Year, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Eid greeting cards or cards that show local celebrations during December or January Each school will be placed in a group with approximately seven other schools and will prepare either handmade or purchased cards (decorations may be included) to send to each of the other schools. Registration for this project closes on November 30.

ENGLISH

SECONDARY (15 18)

GEETA RAJAN

LANGUAGEARTS

DATES

iMagz : Making Myself Heard

DATES

FEBRUARY 2023

SATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

JUDY BARR

ENGLISH

AUGUST 2022 -

Holiday Card Exchange

Connect with a global partner to select films or use the films we have chosen for our Guided Film Study. Engage students in viewing the films and collaborating on activities that increase their awareness of SDG’s and human rights issues The goals of the International Film Club include: develop 21st Century Skills: Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity, Citizenship; increase knowledge about cultures, historical events, and people who are highlighted in the films; connect themes of selected films to one or more of the UN SDGs; take action to transform our world.

SECONDARY (15 18)

FACILITATOR(S)

SECONDARY (15-18)

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE

OCTOBER 2022

SOCIAL STUDIES

FACILITATOR(S)

PROJECTS35

SEPTEMBER 2022MAY 2023

KATHY BOSIAK

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14)

KATIE FLYNN

JUNE 2023

FAY STUMP

International Film Club

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International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected

ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH

SOCIAL STUDIES

REBECCA HODGES

MIDDLE (12 14)

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ENGLISH

Reading gives us knowledge; knowledge gives us power encourage your students to share what they are reading with peers around the world. Members of book clubs reap many benefits. Discussing ideas and asking questions help us to understand our reading more deeply. Books often affirm opinions and cause us to question our own This project directly connects to the literacy content standards and goals that all teachers strive to attain For example, a social studies teacher may want to select books because of their historical or geographical perspective, while a world language teacher may want to use the same book and partner with the social studies teacher to give students practice using the language they are learning.

Machinto - Hiroshima/Nagasaki for Peace

PRIMARY(5 11)

DATES

PRIMARY(5 11)

KRISTIN BROWN ENID FIGUEROA ERIKO KATSUMATA

PROJECTS36

JAPANESE

FACILITATOR(S)

LANGUAGEARTS

SECONDARY (15 18)

Based on reading picture books such as Machinto and 'My Hiroshima', and listening to the real voice of Survivors, participants will learn about what the dropping of nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki brought us today. Students share their messages and activities for peace with other students in the world, so that people never forget Hiroshima and Nagasaki and never repeat this evil tragedy in the future.

Local History

WORLDLANGUAGES SOCIALSTUDIES

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES

SEPTEMBER 2022 JUNE 2023 ALFIA SIBAGATULINA

SPANISH

MIDDLE(12 14)

SECONDARY (15 18)

ENGLISH

AUGUST 2022 JULY 2023

SOCIAL STUDIES

Local history is the history of our native land, the life and way of life of our families, the description of traditions, national cuisine and folklore. During the project, students collect information about the history of their native land, about national peculiarities and cultural traditions of their people, and then share the results of their work on online forums in the form of essays, presentations, booklets, posters, photographs or drawings. The goals of the project are: to teach students to care about the place they live, appreciate historical and cultural environment, to care and respect older generations, to understand and appreciate a historical heritage of the past and the present; To create background of their own history and enhance awareness of the significance of local history to students’ present lives

MIDDLE(12 14)

ENGLISH

FACILITATOR(S)

TOMOKO KURITA YOKO TAKAGI

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ENGLISH

AGOSTO

JAPANESE

FACILITATOR(S)

SOCIAL STUDIES SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

MIDDLE(12 14)

Medicine in My Backyard

SPANISH

Students play the role of ethno-botanists to investigate medicinal plants in their communities, then share their learning virtually with other classrooms. Sharing includes digital formats of informational videos about plant growing experiences to share in different languages, with translation or subtitles in English please. Media includes short video clips (less than 3 minutes), 360 videos and photographs, and slideshows converted into videos for easier classroom viewing.

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FACILITATOR(S)

ENGLISH SPANISH FRENCH

NOVIEMBRE 2022

FREDERIC LIM

Mi Museo, Nuestros Museos

DATES

SECONDARY (15 18)

DECEMBER 2022

SECONDARY (15 18)

PROJECTS

37

GLADYS LOPEZ SOTO

PRIMARY(5 11)

SEPTEMBER

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

MIDDLE (12 14)

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El presente proyecto busca conocer los diferentes museos del mundo, a través de las voces de sus propios visitantes y/o miembros de la comunidad en que estan enclavados. Posibles actividades para la colaboración: Cualquier actividad creativa en cualquier medio tangible en papel o electronico que sirva para compartir la experiencia de la visita al Museo. This project seeks to teach about different museums in the world, through the voices of visitors and/or members of the community in which they are located.

NATASHA BELOZOROVICH

CARLOS CHIU CATHY RUIZ HAYA

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FACILITATOR(S)

Mosquitos - Conociendo a tu vecino - Detectives en acción

MIDDLE (12 14)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

FACILITATOR(S)

PROJECTS

HEALTH SCIENCE PHYS ED

PRIMARY (5 11)

Money Matters is an ongoing project where students are able to get into conversation about money, learn some facts about history of money and about money in other countries, discuss students pocket money and proverbs about money, develop critical thinking skills, make media products about money Students are invited to tell about the history of money in their own countries, to take pictures of money and describe them, to write what is represented on their coins and banknotes. Students will discuss their pocket money and search and explain the meaning of the proverbs about money and illustrate the proverbs. Students search interesting facts about money and share with their partners and they are able to get into conversation about earning money.

Money Matters

El proyecto Mosquito est basado en el proyecto de de educacin y prevencin del Zika de GLOBE , este proyecto fomenta los estudios de Ciencias, Tecnologa,Ingeniera y Matemticas (STEM) y crea redes con agencias de salud pblica para controlar mejor a los mosquitos y reducir las enfermedades infecciosas transmitidas por los mosquitos El proyecto empodera a los estudiantes para que participen en ciencia real con implicaciones reales para ellos y para su comunidad En la segunda parte del proyecto, los estudiantes colectan muestras, identifican las larvas de los mosquitos por especie y los datos son enviados y almacenados en la base de datos de Globe Este proyectio es vivencial y requiere algunos materiales , equipos y el acompaamiento de un adulto (padres o profesores)

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ENGLISH SEPTEMBER 2022 MAY 2023

38

SPANISH

PRIMARY(5 11)

AGOSTO 2022DICIEMBRE 2022

SOCIAL STUDIES

LAURA NIETZER SCIENCE

FACILITATOR(S)

Participants in the MY HERO: Environmental Activists will be introduced to young activists working to protect the world's environment and oceans around the world. These role models help students recognize their own potential to make a positive difference in the world. Students will identify an environmental issue and create an action plan.

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MY HERO: Heroes are Everywhere

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11)

OCTOBER 2022 MAY 2023 LAURA NIETZER

Students produce and share original stories, short films, art, and music celebrating the efforts of those making positive change in their community or the world to raise awareness about a local or global hero they admire or an issue they care about. Students will share their projects with MY HERO, an interdisciplinary, online, interactive website that celebrates the best of humanity through essays, artwork, audio, drama, and short films Students will share their ideas through iEARNs platform and have the opportunity to participate in MY HEROs Contests Teachers will have the opportunity to collaborate with other educators through the forum and engage their students in collaborative work. MY HERO will share resources, guides, and mentors to guide participants throughout the project.

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

PRIMARY(5 11)

ENGLISH

MY HERO: Environmental Activists

PROJECTS

LANGUAGE ARTS STUDIES

ENGLISH

39

OCTOBER DECEMBER 2022

SCIENCE SOCIAL

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

DATES

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

ENGLISH SEPTEMBER 2022JULY 2023

SEPTEMBER NOVEMBER 2022

PROJECTS

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My School, Your School

AMEENA PIRACHA KATHERINE KORTE

DATES

LANGUAGEARTS

SPECIALED TECHNOLOGY WORLDLANGUAGE 40

ENGLISH SPANISH

My School, Your School is a collaborative project that has been created to allow students and teachers to see how education is lived around the world Students are encouraged to look at their institutions and focus on different aspects about their schools such as timetables, routines, sports, uniforms, celebrations and history, among others. Students are expected to share information about their schools with global peers both in the project forum and the project blog. Students are encouraged to use their creativity to present a clear picture of their schools to the world. They can make use of texts, pictures, presentations and videos to collaborate with global peers and develop their intercultural competence.

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

Students are encouraged to research the elements that form their identities, including the traditions and famous landmarks which are part of their cultures and identities. Students discuss traditional celebrations and how they celebrate them, what kind of clothes they wear, the music they listen to, and what kind of food they cook on those special days.

SOCIAL STUDIES

PRIMARY(5 11)

FACILITATOR(S)

FACILITATOR(S)

SILVANA CARNICERO MARIELA SIRICA

My Identity, Your Identity

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ENGLISH JAPANESE

FACILITATOR(S)

NO al bullying, S a una cultura de paz

PRIMARY(5 11)

Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2023

FACILITATOR(S)

SOCIAL STUDIES

LANGUAGEARTS SPECIALED. TECHNOLOGY SOCIALSTUDIES

YOSHIE NAYA KAZUKO OKAMOTO

MIDDLE (12-14) SECONDARY (15 18)

41

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

Espacio de construccin colaborativa para frenar el bullying mediante la promocin de una cultura de paz en las escuelas ODS 3,4, 5 y 16 EL proyecto No al Bullying, S a una Cultura de Paz, busca adentrar a los estudiantes entre 12 y 16 aos a una cultura de paz donde primen los valores de la empata, la tolerancia, la solidaridad, la colaboracin, el respeto y la armona como la base para contribuir a frenar al bullying y al cyberbullying en los hogares y las escuelas.Los participantes vivirn la experiencia a lo largo de 12 semanas, distribuidas en 4 etapas, en cada una de ellas realizarn una serie de actividades prcticas, creativas y sencillas que los llevarn a procesos de anlisis, reflexin, construccin y comunicacin para la solucin de problemas y la toma de decisiones con relacin a los temas eje: frenar el bullying y promover una cultura de paz.

SEPTEMBER 2022 JUNE 2023

PROJECTS

MINERVA VILLA VALENCIA

SPANISH

SEPTEMBER 2022 AUGUST 2023

We are all living in the age of crisis.This is not someone ' s problem, but the problem of ourselves and all humans.We need to protect ourselves from diseases such as COVID 19, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, and droughts, and war. Let's share our ideas and learn how to protect ourselves from disasters in NDYS project.This is a project in which children will learn the importance of human lives and how to reduce disaster impacts such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, droughts, and diseases such as COVID 19 through the communication and collaboration with global friends Theme 2022 2023: 'How to survive the crisis of natural disasters and infectious diseases '

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PRIMARY(5 11)

This is a project that provides children entertainment as they see the transformation of a sheet of paper to a three dimensional object. It does not take much space, much money, or much time. It only requires a sheet of paper and the instructions on how to fold origami. The project also contributes to others and the planet. Through folding origami, children can learn a new way of playing with paper that fosters ingenuity, originality, imagination, patience, and concentrated power. They also learn concentration and patience and can make small gifts to please others. They learn how to fold an origami crane, a symbol of world peace.

FACILITATOR(S)

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One Day in the Life is a project in which students exchange photographs/images describing days in their lives, and then make cross cultural comparisons Students may discuss aspects of a typical day (like visiting the market or going to school) or they may document special days (like vacations, birthdays, celebrations, or holidays )

Origami

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

ENGLISH

ENGLISH JAPANESE

AUGUST 2022 MARCH 2023

JESSIE GORANT IRAM SADIQ

MATHEMATICS

YOSHIKO FUKUI AYANE NOSE

SEPTEMBER 2022 MAY 2023

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

One Day in the Life

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

42

RASAGNYA PUPPALA AYANA TANAKA

Python

DICIEMBRE 2022 CARLOS CHIU SEFORA ROMAN

MIDDLE (12 14)

DATES

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE

Protectores en acción

SECONDARY (15 18)

CRISTINA BOSIO FERRER

SPANISH AGOSTO 2022

MIDDLE(12 14)

DATES

Se introducen los conceptos bsico de todo lenguaje de programacin como variables, funciones, estructuras de control.El proyecto se realiza en 16 sesiones. En cada sesin se va construyendo las habilidades de programacin del participante. En las sesiones se da un ejemplo de como utilizar ciertos comandos de la computadores y los participantes deben dar rienda suelta a su imaginacin que cosa podran hacer con esos comandos, y al final de la sesin muestran sus trabajos.

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11)

El proyecto Protectores en acción pretende generar conciencia y un cambio de parte de los humanos sobre la tenencia responsable de animales domesticos y el cuidado de la fauna silvestre, a través de distintas acciones reflexivas y aprendizajes en red, promovidas a través de las herramientas TIC Protectores en Acción pretende promover el respeto, cuidado y preservación de todo ser vivo que nos rodea, no solo en nuestras ciudades y hogares sino tambien en nuestros espacios geográficos. The Protectores en Acción project aims to generate awareness and a change on the part of humans about the responsible ownership of domestic animals and the care of wildlife, through different reflective actions and online learning, promoted through ICT tools.

FACILITATOR(S)

ENGLISH SPANISH AUGUST DECEMBER 2022 PROJECTS MATHEMATICS TECHNOLOGY

43

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SPANISH

MATHEMATICS

TECHNOLOGY

Ruta 34

PRIMARY (5 11)

FACILITATOR(S)

FACILITATOR(S)

JUNE 2023

TONI CASSERRAS

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MATHEMATICS

Se introduce los primeros conceptos de lo que es una computadora y un lenguaje de programacin. Los programacin se explican en el lenguaje Scratch. En el proyecto los participantes disean un juego que es la culminacin del Proyecto.El proyecto se realiza en 14 sesiones. En cada sesin se va construyendo las habilidades de programacin del participante. En las sesiones se da un ejemplo de como utilizar ciertos comandos de la computadores y los participantes deben dar rienda suelta a su imaginacin que cosa podran hacer con esos comandos, y al final de la sesin muestran sus trabajos

SEFORA ROMAN

DICIEMBRE 2022

Scratch - Introduccin a la programacin

DATES

PROJECTS

CARLOS CHIU

En este proyecto, los alumnos resuelven problemas matemáticos propuestos por los facilitadores del proyecto. Las soluciones de los problemes se convierten en kilómetros que usan para elaborar una ruta o itinerario en un mapa colaborativo. En cada punto del itinerario publican un enigma que deben resolver las demás escuelas participantes.

GLOBAL CGOALS

AGOSTO 2022

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

PRIMARY (5 11)

DATES

CATALAN

FEBRUARY

PROJECTS

FACILITATOR(S)

FACILITATOR(S)

ENGLISH RUSSIAN

SEPTEMBER 2022 JUNE 2023

DATES

PRIMARY(5 11)

45

OLGA TIMOFEEVA

LANGUAGE ARTS

MIDDLE (12 14)

Smiling World

In this photo project, kids all over the world share smiles and positive feelings by drawing, painting, taking photos and making videos as well as discussing the importance of smiles and their influences to global peace and friendship

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE

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Solar Cooking Project

KATHY BOSIAK

ENGLISH AUGUST 2022JULY 2023

Join the 21st Century Solar Cooking Movement! Become a chef using a solar cooker of your own design. By using only household items and a box, you can harness the sun ’ s energy to heat up a tasty treat. You will learn about absorption, insulation, and the sun ’ s energy. But why learn about solar cooking? When people join the solar cooking movement, they are: Helping people cook in the developing world, so decreasing instances of malnutrition, preventing deforestation and preventing pollution.

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

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SEPTEMBER 2022 -

Special Place

ENGLISH

MIDDLE(12 14)

FACILITATOR(S)

JUNE 2023

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CHINESE

SEPTEMBER 2022

Participants select one local spot that gives them a very special feeling and write a story about that spot Use short stories with videos, digital photos or drawing to show us what your special place looks like You may select any writing genre or write a poem to describe your special place, and share what is special about it for you Is it a place where you prefer to be alone or with others? Create a word or picture so we can experience your special place Decide what you can do to preserve the uniqueness of this place Tell us what you did and whether there is anything you want others to do. If you are interested, you can also look for a partner and exchange postcards of special places with each other.

JUNE 2023

LANGUAGE ARTS

SECONDARY (15 18)

MIDDLE (12-14) PRIMARY(5 11) 46

FACILITATOR(S)

SOCIAL STUDIES

PRIMARY(5 11)

DATES

ALEMA NASIM

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MARGARET CHEN DORIS TSUEY LING WU

This project enables students to develop a healthy lifestyle to keep their mind and body performing at their best. It enables students to develop a healthy life style by adapting good eating habits and exercise to help keep their mind and body performing at their best. Students will learn what a healthy diet is and explore relationship between diet and health. They will examine their eating habits to determine if they are getting the right foods to stay healthy. It is important for them to learn that a healthy body is not just about being fit for which food and exercise is a part, they need to develop a healthy mental and spiritual attitude for their physical well being

ENGLISH

Staying Healthy

PROJECTS HEALTH&PHYSED SCIENCE SOCIALSTUDIES

DATES

MOTOKO HIROTA HIDEKI KANEKO YOSHIE NAYA

Taisho Koto

The main objective of this project is to measure the perimeter of the Earth, similarly to the one used by Eratostenes more than two thousand two hundred years ago. For this, each group of students and their teachers will measure the height and shadow of a rod during the solar midday. Each school will share the values of your measurements by completing the calculation form created on Google. El objetivo principal de este proyecto es medir el permetro de la Tierra, de manera similar a la que utiliz Eratstenes hace ms de dos mil doscientos aos. Para ello, cada grupo de alumnos y sus docentes medirn la altura y sombra de una vara durante el medioda solar. Cada escuela compartir los valores de sus mediciones mediante el completado de la planilla de clculo creada en Google.

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ENGLISH JAPANESE

SEPTEMBER 2022AUGUST 2023

RICARDO LOPEZ

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STICK - Measuring the Circumference of the Earth

FACILITATOR(S) 2023

PROJECTS LANGUAGE ARTS SOCIAL STUDIES MATHEMATICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18) MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18) PRIMARY(5 11) PRIMARY(5 11) 47

ANGUAGE DATES

Taisho Koto, musical instrument was invented in Japan. It has more than 100 years history since its release. This instrument was designed to be easily played so that people who are not experienced with playing musical instruments could learn. This project began so that many people around the world could learn and enjoy music. More than 10 years have passed since we started the project in 2009 in Canada. We have actively participated in the iEARN conferences, and our project held the Kotolympic 2016 in Nigata in July 2016 and 2018. Now, we are planning to hold the Kotolympic 2022 in Niigata on July 24, 2022. In 2023, we will host musical events by using Zoom in July.

FACILITATOR(S)

ENGLISH SPANISH SEPTEMBER 2022JUNE

SOCIAL STUDIES

SECONDARY (15 18)

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The Earth Stewardship Project

FACILITATOR(S)

(MARCH 21, 2023 KITES DAY)

ENGLISH

Students make kites to fly as a massive tribute dedicated to advancing cultural and social dialogue, a symbol of bridging the gap and understanding the “other.” This has become a continuous tradition of flying kites with personal and group images of our dreams for a better world, a world of co-existence, tolerance, acceptance of the “other” and peace. The program includes learning about Janusz Korczak, reading Korczak’s Declaration of Children’s Rights, and constructing, decorating and flying kites, with a quotation from Korczak. Each participant will be flying a kite with his or her thoughts, fears, dreams, and hopes on and around March 21 (spring equinox).

Talking Kites in the Footsteps of J. Korczak

LANGUAGE ARTS

JANUARY JULY 2023

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES

SEPTEMBER 2022 JUNE 2023

MATHEMATICS

SPECIAL ED.

GREG REIVA

PRIMARY(5 11)

MIDDLE(12 14)

ENGLISH SPANISH ARABIC

PROJECTS

SOCIALSTUDIES SCIENCE WORLDLANGUAGE

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The Earth Stewardship Project is a hands on and project based science educational initiative helping to foster the ability to be successful as citizens within a dynamic and progressive 21st century community of people Students, collaborating in The Earth Stewardship Project, will investigate the impact that climate change has on local ecosystems and work to develop solutions to environmental problems by utilizing the means of scientific investigation to experiment, gather information and conduct research. The project will be administered in 4 sequential stages with each stage building and contributing toward a final product.

FACILITATOR(S)

MIDDLE (12 14)

ENID FIGUEROA RUTY HOTZEN

PROJECTS SOCIAL STUDIES LANGUAGE ARTS

SECONDARY

WORLDLANGUAGE SPECIALED MIDDLE(12

The Parlour is a loose network of iEARN classrooms around the world scheduling and holding informal, live conversations with each other via teleconferencing software (Skype, Zoom, Imo, etc.) or other live media, involving small groups of students. Students use the Parlour to discuss topics of mutual interest, to practice speaking and communicating in a particular language, to showcase talents to an interested audience, or simply to get to know one another.This project is designed to help match partners by age, time, and interests, and to provide ideas, techniques, and ice breakers to inspire rich conversations and meaningful chats The project encourages student driven rather than teacher led conversations; small group to small group conversations rather than one to one or one to many conversations; and natural conversations over scripted conversations and stilted presentations

ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE

JUNE 2023 CHRIS BAER SOLEDAD GOMEZ SAA KEVIN MCGRATH

SAYURI HASEGAWA MAYUMI TAKIZAWA

ENGLISH SPANISH

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TOPA Project aims to foster friendship, the spirit of encouragement, and unity in diversity through learning about the Olympic & Paralympic Games, especially their values Following the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games and 2022 Beijing Winter Games, join this project for the 2024 Paris Summer Games The Olympics: July 26 Aug 11, 2024 The Paralympics: Aug 28 Sept 8, 2024 Participants learn about the Spirits and Values of the Olympics and Paralympics They can also present works on well being in Sports, Art, Music, or Sustainability As in Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022, we will get together again before the opening of Paris 2024 to appreciate all student outcomes and presentations given live by middle/secondary school students TOPA will potentially continue for the upcoming Games.

PRIMARY(5 11)

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER 2022

LANGUAGEARTS 14) (15

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The Olympics & Paralympics in Action (TOPA) Project

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The Parlour

FACILITATOR(S)

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES

FACILITATOR(S)

SEPTEMBER 2022 2023

MARIA CONTE RASAGNYA PUPPALA

SPANISH

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

NOVIEMBRE DE 2022

LANGUAGE ARTS

Jugar es el modo en el que conocemos el mundo desde que nacemos, es el lenguaje universal a través del cual podemos comunicarnos sin palabras, es el desarrollo del potencial creativo, imaginativo y artístico y es el momento en el que a través amos fronteras sin importar dónde estemos físicamente Los grupos participantes de esta iniciativa, juegan a propuestas interculturales sugeridas por otros estudiantes del mundo y enseñan a jugar a sus juegos tradicionales a sus pares globales.

DATES

Sharing cultures through a visiting soft toy.Through the exchange of a bear or other soft toy, students create journal entries to share with their partner class. The students write diary messages as if they are the visiting bear describing its experiences in the new culture. Some of the experiences included lessons learned in school, a visit home with each student, social events, meals and class activities. The student work is shared on a weekly basis with the partner class. Throughout the school year students are eager to find out what their bear is doing in the visiting country

DATES

AUGUST 31, 2022

PRIMARY(5 11)

AGOSTO DE 2022

ENGLISH

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

Un Mundo de Juegos

FACILITATOR(S)

CRISTINA VELAZQUEZ

JUNE 30, 2023

PRIMARY(5 11) MATHEMATICS SOCIALSTUDIES SCIENCE LANGUAGEARTS

The Teddy Bear Project

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SOCIAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

PROJECTS

FACILITATOR(S)

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

BOB CARTER IEARN FRANCE ROB KING VIRGINIA KING GREG REIVA

DATES

SOCIAL MSTUDIES

IDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

OLGA LUKSHA SOFIA SAVELAVA

ENGLISH RUSSIAN

FACILITATOR(S)

The iEARN Water is Life project will bring students into active research and action oriented collaboration concerning water as the vital essence of life.Taking the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 6 and 14 as their inspiration and their focus, students will work within their school and with schools across the globe to study, research and share as they develop an understanding of the Goals and cooperatively develop ideas and strategies to play their part in the meeting of the Goals. Students will be encouraged and supported in the development of their learning, their cooperation with their classmates and students in schools around the globe and in turning their research into ideas they can take to the community: local, national and global.The primary goal of the Water is Life Project is the development, implementation and reporting on a Community Action Plan Team Green International is a student led organization that advocates making the world a better place by raising awareness and trying to solve environmental issues We believe that everyone can make a difference by doing their part to care for our Earth

World We Live in Project participants are invited to discuss problems of their life and Sustainable Development of their regions, suggest the ways of solution of these problems. They share their thoughts and ideas with each other by answering the questions suggested during the discussion as well as by exchanging essays, and sharing pictures and photos.

SECONDARY

ENGLISH

MIDDLE (12 14) (15 18)

PROJECTS

FACILITATOR(S)

PRIMARY(5 11)

SEPTEMBER 2022 MAY 2023

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES

AUGUST 31, 2022JUNE 30, 2023

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Water is Life/Team Green International

MISHECK MUTUZANA IRAM SADIQ

AUGUST 31, 2022 JUNE 30, 2023

PROJECTS

YouthCan (Youth Communicating and Networking Global Project)

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE DATES FACILITATOR(S)

MIDDLE(12 14) SECONDARY (15 18)

PRIMARY(5 11) SPECIALED SOCIALSTUDIES SCIENCE LANGUAGEARTS

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ENGLISH

YouthCaN (Youth Communicating & Networking Global Project) is a network of youths/students and community groups who share an interest in protecting the environment. YouthCaN is an ongoing project there is no specific schedule. It is a place where students share their environmental interests, explorations and community projects These projects generally come from the students, and there is a wide range of types of projects YouthCaN aims to spread awareness towards environmental issues and their harmful consequences such as global warming (climate change), deforestation, air & water pollution, littering etc. and encourages participants to take action.

ARTS

LANGUAGE ARTS SCIENCE

Estudiantes trabajan acerca del tema de las tres estaciones del ao escolar en el hemisferio norte: otoo, invierno y primavera. 1 Presentacin del grupo 2 Cmo cambia nuestro entorno durante el otoo 3 Cmo cambia nuestro entorno durante el invierno 4 Cmo cambia nuestro entorno durante la primavera: URL: http://www.iearn.cat

FACILITATOR(S)

Juego de simulacin, en el que los estudiantes recrean una aventura en las islas que forman el archipilago Bongoh 1 Presentacin 2 Llegada a la isla 3 Descripcin de la isla 4 Encuentro de los participantes 5 Regresamos a casa? URL: http://www iearn cat Bongoh

CATALAN

PROJECTS

CATALAN

Regional Projects

DATES

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

FACILITATOR(S)

MARGARITA GUINO ARIAS

SOCIALSTUDIES LANGUAGEARTS SCIENCE

3ESTACIONS

Regional projects are open to members who live in that area of the world.

PRIMARY (5-11)

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

PRIMARY (5 11)

MARGARITA GUINO ARIAS

SEPTIEMBRE 2022 JUNIO 2023

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SEPTIEMBRE 2022 JUNIO 2023

DATES

FACILITATOR(S)

DATES

Us ho expliquem

CATALAN

Proyecto en el que los estudiantes trabajan diversas tipologas textuales, a partir de situaciones de aprendizaje contextualizadas. 1- Presentacin 2- Texto narrativo o argumentativo 3- Texto descriptivo o instructivo 4 - Entrevista. URL: http://www.iearn.cat

GLOBAL CGOALSSATEGORYAUBJECTLGE ANGUAGE

SEPTIEMBRE 2022 - JUNIO 2023

MARGARITA GUINO ARIAS

PRIMARY (5 11) SOCIAL STUDIES LANGUAGE ARTS

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CREATIVE & LANGUAGE ARTS

This project seeks to transform our classrooms and schools by transforming the way teachers are trained. Future teachers gain direct experience with global learning networks as they engage in dialogue with their peers about teaching in the 21st century.

SOCIAL SCIENCES

Future teachers from around the world compare perspectives on creating effective and equitable schools and classrooms that will better meet the needs of all students.

Professors of teacher education exchange ideas and resources for project-based learning and integrating global learning networks into their courses in different content areas.

Future teachers share their reflections as they learn first-hand about iEARN’s projects as facilitators, observers, or participants.

Future Teachers- Knowing Our Students; Knowing Ourselves

The Future Teachers Project was launched during the 1999 iEARN annual conference in Puerto Rico and has been developed collaboratively during subsequent iEARN conferences to offer future teachers direct experience with innovative technology use and global learning early in their careers.

The Future Teachers forum is a meeting place for university professors of education and the future teachers in their classes.

Three kinds of discussions take place:

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Possible activities include:

Discussion of ideas and strategies, and co authorship of articles, to promote greater understanding of diversity and equity in the schools

Future teachers exchange ideas about teaching philosophies and make recommendations for how teachers can promote collaborative and critical inquiry with their students.

KRISTIN BROWN, ORILLAS USA ENID FIGUEROA, ORILLAS PUERTO RICO MARCELA GHIGLIONE

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FACILITATOR(S)

Exchange of ideas about integrating global learning networks and the UN Sustainable Development Goals into the curriculum

Future Teachers- Knowing Our Students; Knowing Ourselves

Future teachers read excerpts from the work of Paulo Freire or Celestin and Elise Freinet and respond to guiding questions

Other topics of interest to the participating professors and future teachers.

Teams of participating future teachers introduce themselves and their cultural backgrounds through the creation and exchange of “We Are From” poems

Live “chats” or video conferences to discuss the topics selected

Sharing of experiences with project-based learning while observing, participating in or helping to facilitate iEARN’s projects

POST-SECONDARY (FUTURE TEACHERS AND THEIR PROFESSORS)

LAGE ANGUAGE

SPANISH, ENGLISH, ALL OTHER LANGUAGES WELCOME AUGUST, 2022 JULY, 2023

DATES

iEARN USA

iEARN USA provides a range of virtual and in person training and professional development opportunities, including workshops, online trainings, and webinars.

iEARN-USA’s training courses, iEARN 101 and 102, teaches educators about global project-based learning with iEARN, prepares them to participate in a virtual exchange project with their class, and to collaborate with other teachers from around the world. iEARN 101 and 102 are offered as live virtual workshops or online self paced courses.

For more information on iEARN USA’s professional Development, see https://us.iearn.org/professional-development

best practice for meaningful virtual exchange teaching with the UN Sustainable Development Goals how to become a global educator integrating global project-based learning in the classroom digital citizenship social emotional learning in the global classroom

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Additionally, iEARN USA hosts virtual professional development workshops to support educators, both in the U.S. and internationally. These virtual workshops give educators the opportunity to connect with one another and learn about a particular topic, including the following:

Professional Development

iEARN-Taiwan

Since 2014, iEARN-Taiwan has offered an online professional development course to Taiwanese K 12 teachers who are beginners of iEARN twice a year. This five week course is designed to give participants a solid foundation in integrating project based learning and iEARN collaborative projects into their respective classes. After meeting all the requirements of the course, participants will receive certificates from iEARN Taiwan and twenty-hour learning credits issued by the Ministry of Education. This course is conducted via both iEARN-Taiwan Online Professional Development Moodle System (http://taiwaniearn.org/course/) and Adobe Connect. Course offered in Chinese.

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Professional Development

iEARN-Argentina/TELAR/Fundación Evolución (FE). Fundación Evolución (FE) es una organización argentina sin fines de lucro que desde 1989 promueve la integración pedagógica de las Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicación en ámbitos educativos. La FE diseña e implementa iniciativas de alcance nacional, regional e internacional en Formación y acompañamiento de educadores e instituciones interesados en la integración de las TIC en ámbitos educativos formales y no formales; Generación de comunidades virtuales de aprendizaje y colaboración; Formación de mujeres y varones jóvenes con el propósito de desarrollar capacidades tecnológicas para aprender y trabajar; Producción, adaptación y localización de contenidos educativos; Investigación acerca de aspectos del aprendizaje y la enseñanza con TIC y los contextos en los que se desarrollan; Asesoramiento a organismos y gobiernos para la implementación y evaluación de iniciativas pedagógicas de integración de TIC Para más información: www.fundacionevolucion.org.ar

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In addition to the following country listing, the Youth Facilitation group of iEARN is also part of iEARN’s decision making Assembly. The Youth Facilitation Group can be reached in the facilitator panel of the Youth Forum.

All international decision making in iEARN is carried out by an Assembly, consisting of iEARN Center Coordinators, each with one vote. Any county can apply to be on the Assembly, which meets throughout the year and face to face once a year. The biannual iEARN Teachers’ Conference and Youth Summit is held in different countries every other year.

Please contact us if your country is not listed here You are invited to contact the iEARN Executive Council (EC) ec@iearn org to learn more about becoming an iEARN Contact for your country.

iEARN International Executive Council: The Executive Council (EC) consists of three persons from three different iEARN Centers, who are elected for a term of two years. In order to ensure prompt and effective action by iEARN, its Members confer on the Executive Council primary responsibility for the day to day decisions on behalf of the Assembly, in accordance with the Constitution of iEARN.

Contact Person: Countries in which there is no official representation, but which have schools actively involved in iEARN project work and who have a person or persons who have expressed an interest in helping others in their country become involved.

Three are three levels of representation at iEARN:

Every attempt is made to ensure that this list is up to date and includes currently active iEARN Coordinators, Representatives, or Contact Persons in each country. Information published in the iEARN Project Book is current as of September 2022. Country coordinators can also be contacted via www.iearn.org/country coordinators

iEARN Executive Council Members:

Natalia Cherednichenko, Ukraine Stefanie Ortiz Cidlik, United States Anwar Abdulbaki, Qatar

International

Coordinator: Countries/Groups who have applied and been approved by the iEARN International Assembly as a Center and therefore are a voting member of the iEARN International Assembly.

Representative: Representatives who have applied and been approved by the iEARN International Assembly, recognizing them to represent iEARN in their country.

Lyudmila Dementyeva dem@unibel.by

Brazil Julliana Costa jullianacostac@gmail.com

China Huang Sihong

sihong.huang@qq.com

Email

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Cameroon Francois Donfack donfackfr@yahoo fr

Botswana Tommie Hamaluba tommiehams@gmail.com

adelabini@fundacionevolucion org ar crisbosioferrer@fundacionevolucion.org.ar rosyaguila@fundacionevolucion.org.ar

Algeria Kheira Mezough mezoughkheira@live.co.uk

Bangladesh

Country Coordinators, 2022

Country Name Coordinator(s)

Irada Samadova Ulker Kazimova

Austria Maria Bader

Canada Mali Bickley Jim Carleton bickcons@rogers.com jcarleton@scdsb.on.ca

iearn.queenmary@gmail.com

Argentina

Albania Florian Bulica florianbulica@hotmail.com

Azerbaijan

Wasi Mahmud Moni wasi mahmud2000@gmail com

iearnoz@iearn org au

Australia Teacher Management Team

Armenia Karine Durgaryan karine@childlib.am

irada sam@yahoo.com ulker.kazimova@gmail.com

Adela Bini Cristina Bossio Rosy Aguila

Belarus

Chile Fernando Tobar tobarf@gmail.com

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Egypt info@egypt era.org

Guatemala Carolina Salazar licda.ruthsalazar@gmail.com

Georgia Pavle Tvaliashvili pavletvali@gmail com

Costa Rica Ana Maria González anagonz@ice.co.cr

Greece Kostas Magos magos@uth.gr

Ghana

Agnes Asamoah Duodu Ebenezer Malcolm aasamoahduo@gmail.com malcolmgh@yahoo.com

Dominican Republic Leida De La Rosa

Country Name Coordinator(s)

France Annie Flore Vergne cguerin86@gmail.com

Iran Minoo Shamsnia Malihe Mohseni shamsnia@gmail com malmohseni@gmail com

Côte d'lvoire Oscar Seka iearncotedivoire@gmail.com

Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Didier Lungu dikiendo2018@gmail.com

Country Coordinators, 2022

Colombia Nury Penagos nuestrasaveseum@gmail.com

Email

luiseyda@hotmail es leidarosa@gmail.com

India Sunita Bhagwat bhagwat.sunita@gmail.com

Indonesia Hasnah Gasim hasnah.gasim@yahoo.com

Kenya David Muya

Liberia Leroy Beldeh iearn.libfy@yahoo.com

jove.jankulovski@yahoo.com jankmj2@yahoo.com

daina.valanciene@yahoo.com

Country Name Coordinator(s)

Jordan Khitam Al Utaibi

iearnjordan@aol.com k.hofah.utaibi@gmail.com

Country Coordinators, 2022

Malaysia

Israel Ruty Hotzen Gladys Monayer

Ms Tomoko Kurita Ms. Sayuri Hasegawa

Email

eh2y42@gmail.com gladys 172@yahoo.com

Kazakhstan Talgat Nurlybayev tnurlyb@gmail.com

Italy Giuseppe Fortunati fgiusepp@gmail com

Macedonia Jove Jankulovski

Mimoza Anastoska Jankulovska

Lebanon Eliane Metni emetni@iea.org.lb

Iran (continued)

Ms Yoshie Naya

Zait Isa zaitisa@gmail.com

Mahnaz Tabrizi Zahra Ansari mntz854@hotmail.com, zahra.ansari@gmail.com

Lithuania Daina Valanciene

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yoshie naya@gmail com ktomoko@jearn jp sayuri h@jearn jp

muya@iearnkenya org

Japan

Iraq Bina Jalal binabayan@gmail.com

Peru Carlos Chiu cchiu@colegiociencias.com

Country Coordinators, 2022

Netherlands Bob Hofman bob@globalteenager.org

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Mali

Niger Abdou Adamou

Email

Orillas/Puerto Rico

Moldova

Morocco Mourad Benali mbenali@mearn org ma

Olga Morozan

Nepal Binita Parajuli parajulibinita@gmail.com

Sandra Cristina López sclopezg py@hotmail.com

Palestine Kahraman Arafa kahraman arafa@hotmail.com

Mahamadou Lamine Bagayoko mlamine27@gmail.com

Paraguay

Pangea Toni Casserras tonic@iearn cat, iearn@iearn cat

Poland Marek Grzegorz Sawicki miyankimitra@gmail.com

Country Name Coordinator(s)

Mexico Nuria de Alva nuriadealva@gmail com

iearn.moldova.aice@gmail.com morozan.olga@gmail.com

Enid Figueroa Kristin Brown orillas support@igc.org

Pakistan Farah Kamal farahshafikamal@gmail.com

iearn.qatar@eaa.org.qa raljamali@eaa org qa

Rwanda Benjamin Kuradusnege bendusenge@gmail.com

Sri Lanka Lakshmi Attygalle larttygalle@yahoo.com

Suriname

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Country Name Coordinator(s) Email

Dave Abeleven dave.abeleven@gmail.com

Qatar

Sierra Leone Jane Peters janeiearnsl@gmail.com

Syria Samah Al Jundi

Anwar Abdul Baki Rasmeya Al Jamali

South Africa

Ms. Haejin Lim imagine@1.or.kr

lattakia2222@gmail com mrs esmael@gmail com

Serbia Katarina Stanic katarina.stanic72@gmail.com

Omashani Naidoo omashani@schoolnet.org.za

Country Coordinators, 2022

Olga Prokhorenko olgap1471@gmail.com

Senegal Salimata Sene sallsenma@yahoo fr

Slovakia Katarina Pisutova katka.gerber@gmail.com

Russia

Slovenia Tjaša Milijaš Darja Kramar

South Korea

Romania Cornelia Platon nelly platon@yahoo.com nellyplaton27@gmail com

tjasa milijas@gmail com darja.kramar@ostrnovo.si

Taiwan Margaret Chen margaret@taiwaniearn.org

sonthidak@yahoo.com ladawan lehmann@yahoo com

Turkey Burcu Alar burcualar@gmail.com

bfiruzjon@gmail.com

Daniel Kakinda Allan Kakinda

Tanzania Onesmo Ngowi onesmongowi@hotmail.com ngowio@yahoo.com

Thailand

Togo Abotchi Yao abotchiy@yahoo.fr

The Gambia Therese Mam Kangu Keita

Trinidad and Tobago Gia Gaspard Taylor iearntrinidadntobago@yahoo.com

Uganda

dkakinda@yahoo com akakinda@gmail.com

Tajikistan

United States

stefanie@us.iearn.org connie@us iearn org nicole@us iearn org

Country Name Coordinator(s)

Firuz Baratov

Stefanie Ortiz Cidlik Connie Rensink Nicole Weitzner

Country Coordinators, 2022

Tunisia Héla Nafti hela nafti@yahoo fr tearn.org@gmail.com

tkeita@jokkolabs.co

Sonthida Keyuravong Ladawan Lehmann

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Email

United Arab Emirates Basma Musamih basmamusamih3@gmail.com

Ukraine Natalya Cherednichenko natachered@gmail.com

Domingo Walter Borba Franco

Email

Zimbabwe Eliada Gudza

Country Name Coordinator(s)

Zambia Misheck Mutuzan

eliada@world links sar.co.zw

mutuzana@gmail com iearnzambia@yahoo.com iearnzambia1@gmail.com

Yemen Shaima Alraiy

domingo borba@docente ceibal edu uy

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shaima.alraiy@gmail.com

Country Coordinators, 2022

Uruguay

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