iEARN News

The Adobe Youth Voices program has resulted in some excellent media being produced by students of five Sydney schools. Some of the media was highlighted at the Adobe Youth Voices Festival in Brazil in July and are available to view.

In the Our Rivers, Our World Project, students in Year 7 from Mentone Girls' Grammar School studied the quality of water from four different local resources.They shared their results through the iEARN forum with students from around the world.
Read the report about this project

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iEARN Australia

International Education and Resource Network

iEARN Australia, a founding member of iEARN International, facilitates Australian students linking with students around the globe in collaborative
educational projects.

Project Spotlight - Solar Explorers

This project involves activities around the UN Sustainable Development Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all . As part of the project students make and test their own solar cooker.

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iEARN provides ...

-a safe and structured environment for children to work in
-a known audience for writing and reading for a purpose
-an inclusive and culturally diverse community of supportive educators
-opportunities to meet in person - Russia 2002, Japan 2003, Slovakia 2004, Senegal 2005, Netherlands 2006, Egypt 2007, Uzbekistan 2008, Morocco 2009, Canada 2010 and Taiwan 2011,Qatar 2013, Argentina 2014 and Brazil 2015.

MEARN (The Moroccan Education and Resource Network) will host the 2017 iEARN International Conference

July 16 to 22, 2017
Marrakech, Morocco

What is iEARN?

iEARN is a non-profit global network.
iEARN schools are in more than 100 countries.
iEARN offers schools the opportunity to join a global community of students and teachers
iEARN enables students to use the Internet to engage in collaborative educational projects


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iEARN Pakistan

website and find out what's happening in Pakistan

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