Students in Brazil share their Side by Side Project artwork.

Students in Brazil share their Side by Side Project artwork.

Students in New York and Cairo collaborate on the Two Rivers, One World Project.

Students in New York and Cairo collaborate on the Two Rivers, One World Project.

Natural Disaster Youth Summit participants in Taiwan.

Natural Disaster Youth Summit participants in Taiwan.

Holiday Card Exchange Project participants from the country of Georgia.

Holiday Card Exchange Project participants from the country of Georgia.

Teddy Bear Project participant in Pakistan shows off her New York City partners' teddy bear.

Teddy Bear Project participant in Pakistan shows off her New York City partners' teddy bear.

One Day in the Life artwork from Iran.

One Day in the Life artwork from Iran.

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Projects

iEARN enables students and teachers to design and participate in global projects as part of their regular classroom and after-school programs.  All projects align to education standards and use a safe and structured online Collaboration Centre. 

In addition to meeting specific curriculum needs, every new project has to answer the question, "How will this project improve the quality of life on the planet?"  Participants become global citizens who make a difference by collaborating with their peers around the world.

How Do I Get Started?

Quick steps on how to choose a project, prepare your students, and get involved in iEARN.

Curriculum Integration

A collection of plans from educators on how they've integrated global online project work into in and out-of-school activities

Success Stories

Stories from educators about how they've used global online projects to enhance their curricula and motivate their students.

Project Showcase Videos

A collection of videos and multimedia featuring iEARN projects, students and teachers.