Impact

Shaima Alraiy, Representative, iEARN-Yemen

We had a great experience with schools in Yemen. Teachers were very interested and worked so hard through Learning Circles. Read More >

Jehad Halawani, iEARN-Palestine Alumnus

The greatest experience so far is being in Egypt in 2007 for the 14th Annual iEARN Conference. iEARN helped me be open-minded and outgoing. Read More >

Muhammad Ali Khwaja, iEARN-Pakistan Student Alumnus

I think the single most important aspect of iEARN was that it made me feel that my opinion was worth something and was being listened to by someone. Read More >

Trudie Scott, Teacher, California, USA

I can't tell you how much I appreciate all of what iEARN and you do. I was so tired of "talking the talk" about global education. Now I feel like my students and I can actually do it. Read More >

Janki Shah, Banneker High School, USA

With the help of my teacher and iEARN I started interacting with people across the country and the world... We used 2.0 tools to collaborate globally. I became immersed in domestic, personal and international issues such as hunger in our community and around the world and women's rights. Read More >

Allan Kakinda, iEARN-Uganda Alumnus

As a student, through my participation in iEARN activities I developed more concern for community related issues and how we can as young people in our own small ways contribute to solving the problems facing our communities. Read More >

Abraham "Abe' Fergusson, iEARN Student, Trinidad and Tobago

My peers marvel at the strides I have been able to make at an international level. Read More >

Jurga Valanciute, iEARN Student Alumnus, Lithuania

If I had to define very shortly how iEARN contributed to my career, I would say that participating in iEARN activities helped me to develop the skills that I master today and which are essential to my work. Read More >

Corneila Platon, iEARN-Romania Representative and English Language Teacher

It's not so easy to imagine and believe that people who have never met, who belong to different systems of education, culture and geographical areas, became closed to one another, felt free to express their feelings and had the chance to share their experience between themselves. Read More >

Udara Soysa, iEARN Student Alumnus, Colombo, Sri Lanka

I knew that there were people all around the world but iEARN bought all those far away people close to me! Not only did I become a technical expert using computers and internet, I also improved my writing tremendously while developing a highly open mind. Read More >