The International Education and Resource Network 1998-2009 Learning with the world, not just about it What Is Telecollaboration?
The International Education and Resource Network
Learning with the world, not just about it
Telecollaborative project work is a term that has developed to describe online student project work that combines the use of telecollaboration and some form of a project-based activity.
What is iEARN?
iEARN Program Goals
Online Project-Based Learning Benefits
engagement and service
in their community.
Develop civil awareness
Improve learning and teaching practices.
Build a supportive community
of educators that share
the latest teaching methodologies.
in the curriculum in meaningful projects.
…A known audience
Writing and reading
for a purpose
Some projects more than decade old
Long-term partnerships among teachers and schools
Accessible, regardless of a school’s level of technology or experience.
Decentralized, with local control & group decision-making
Global, national, regional, local
NGOS, educational agencies, youth groups, foundations
Ministries, Departments of Education
Student & educator exchanges
The largest project-based
K-12 network in the world!
25,000 schools and youth organizations in over 125 countries.
All iEARN projects are
teacher and student driven
the 4 walls
Active Learning and Teaching
Child Labor, Children’s rights, Environment and Ecology, Gender equity, Globalization, Human rights, Peace, Poverty, Prejudice and discrimination, Racism, Refugees, Conflicts and wars, Tolerance, Women’s rights and role in society.
New York City
Early Peoples Symbols Project