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iEARN Canada: Projects that help children learn with the world, not just about it  
Connect With Teachers and Students Around the World!
On May 23, 2012 at 12:00 pm EST, join environmental activist Emily Hunter as she speaks to students across North America on how they can make a personal difference in saving the environment. Learn more about this interactive “Bring the World to Your Classroom” webinar event by visiting
The Machinto Project

The Global Teenager Project Using a Learning Circles model, the Global Teenager Project is an excellent, well structured project that connects teenagers from around the world together in order to tackle and share ideas about issues that are importnat to them.

» Please contact Anita Townsend for more information

Tagging My World

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Students research and explore and analyze various artists and styles. They will brainstorm teenage interests, values and issues collecting images that symbolize them. Online discussions involving students from different countries will explore national identities and common interests. They will combine ideas and images creating a mural that will convey meaning and represent aspects of their identity.

» Visit the Tagging My World Website

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TakingITGlobal: Clicking will open new window


TakingITGlobal provides a portal for young people to find inspiration, access information and get involved in improving their local and global communities.

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iEARN (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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17th Annual Conference in Barrie - Great Success!

It was iEARN-Canada's honour to welcome the world to the 17th Annual World Conference and Youth Summit held in Barrie Ontario this past summer. See what others had to say in the first ever Virtual Conference.
The closing video can be viewed here.


Online Ettiquette Support

This iEARN USA document helps teachers encourage students to be respectful and productive when participating in online collaborative forums.  Download a copy to improve students' "netiquette" HERE.


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