Kids Learning and Working Together in Global Projects Through iEARN



iEARN- The International Education and Resource Network


130 Countries30 Languages40,000 Educators2 Million YouthiEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables teachers and youth to use the Internet and other technologies to collaborate on projects that enhance learning and make a difference in the world.
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iEARN Project Book:

Project Book

iEARN Learning Circles are run twice a year, beginningin October and again in February. These 16 week Learning Circles are a great way to introduce Global Collaborative Learning to your students. These projects are facilitated by an experienced facilitator who will guide you and your students through the process, send program and curriculum ideas and facilitate web conferences (if available). News about Learning Circle Registration is sent through iEARN Newsblasts and also in iEARN Canada Newsletters.


Learning Circles

Other organizations and projects that can help in connecting your classrooms with others around the world.

Taking it Global
Taking It Global is an organization that promotes social networking for social good. There are a myraid of projects and resources to connect your students to others in the world who are passionate about issues and creating change in their community.


Taking it Global

Taking it Global also has many resources for educators in Taking it Global Education. There are collaborative classrooms, many projects, like Deforestaction and Shout that promte a sustainable environment, while meeting curriculum goals for several grades and connecting stufdents worldwide.

Centre for Global Education

Centre for Global Education
The Centre for Global Education facilitates programming for over 10,000 students every year from every corner of the planet. TCGE's programming focuses on: Peace and Global Education and Higher Level Learning and Research.

Rock Our World:


Rock Our World
Using Appleā€™s GarageBand, each country creates a 30 second drum beat. Every Friday, that drum rotates to another country, where the bass guitar is added. It keeps getting passed along, from country to country. At each stop, one more instrument is added. When it comes back to the original country, it has touched students from all over the world!
While the music is moving, students are meeting each other in live video chats to discuss various topics of curriculum.

Resources and Information:


The presentation above has information about using 2.0 tools in classrooms in meaningful ways. The tab "iEARN Projects" has presentations of several projects. To learn about individual projects, simply click on the project and it will take you to a narrated presentation.

Project Presentation

Contact Information:

Jim Carleton: jim@iearn-canada.orgMali Bickley: