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New Video Featuring Chris Stevens Youth Network Teachers

January, 9 2014

Check out new video featuring teachers from the U.S., Morocco, and Egypt who share about their global projects as part of the Chris Stevens Youth Network and how online collaboration has impacted their students.

In the Chris Stevens Youth Network (CSYN), high schools, teachers, and students in the United States, Middle East, and North Africa connect online and collaborate on class projects.

CSYN give youth an international experience, build relationships across countries and provide a deeper understanding of global and local issues in their curriculum.

Another round of the Chris Stevens Youth Network online courses will be starting up in February for educators from the 20 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and the USA. Teachers who participate in the online course will meet educators from around the world, learn about global project-based learning, and conduct collaborative projects with schools in other countries.

Visit the iEARN-USA's Chris Stevens Youth Network program page for more info.

About the Chris Stevens Youth Network

The Chris Stevens Youth Network, funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, provides specialized trainings in digital dialogue and online media sharing, discussions on global issues, and community building to schools in the United States and Middle East and North Africa region. The program promotes peace and conflict resolution through a combination of a person-to-person group exchanges and a virtual exchange.

See more about the U.S. Department of State's Chris Stevens Youth Network