Annual Award “Teacher Daniel Reyes” 2011 - TELAR – iEARN Argentina

November 8, 2011
School N° 719 from the Patagonian town of Gobernador Costa, was recognised with the Annual Award “Teacher Daniel Reyes” 2011. Read More >

HIDDEN – A Project that Worked

November 4, 2011
Read a blog post by Peter Skillen, educator at the YMCA of Greater Toronto, about a student media project developed as part of Adobe Youth Voices and iEARN. Read More >

"Designing Effective Global Collaborative Projects" Article in Learning and Leading with Technology Magazine

October 31, 2011
New article in Learning and Leading with Technology by Micaela Manso and Magdalena Garzón of iEARN-Argentina - Red TELAR. Read More >

TEARN celebrates its launch in Tunisia

October 9, 2011
Building on its successful work with schools over the years, TEARN (iEARN-Tunisia) officially launched on October 7th as a Tunisian non-profit association. Read More >

iEARN-Belarus and Adobe Youth Voices educator honored as Teacher of the Year

October 3, 2011
Inessa Zubrilina (Dyatlovo, Belarus) was honored with the title 'Teacher of the Year' at the National Contest for 2011. Read More >

Photos from iEARN-Slovenia

September 28, 2011
Check out a new album of photos from the Second Slovenian iEARN conference, which took place August 29, 2011. Read More >

21st Century Skills in UAE - Collaboration and Communication through iEARN

September 23, 2011
iEARN workshop held at Al Ameen Private School in Dubai. Read More >

Russian National TV Channel features iEARN and Adobe Youth Voices

September 23, 2011
Watch a report (in Russian) on how teachers perceive new technological tools and instruments created to improve learning processes and performance of their students. Read More >

New Impact Story: Safiétou Ndiaye, Lycée Moderne de Dakar, Senegal

September 23, 2011
My experience with iEARN: shaping better learners, better citizens and tomorrow’s leaders through project based learning. Read More >

Register for the Public Art Project

September 1, 2011
Students are invited to choose a public art work, research it, take pictures of it, write a report, record an audio file based on that report, and then create a geo-tagged audio file on and/or Tweet about it. Read More >