One Day in the Life: Learning through the Eyes of their Global Peers

Students in the BRIDGE Program are learning authentically about the real word - through the eyes of their global peers. In small groups or individually, students create documentary photographs, drawings, or paintings on assigned themes. For six weeks, classrooms in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, the U.S., and Yemen engage in cross-cultural communication in an asynchronous discussion forum and sharing[...]

Learning about Heritage, Tradition and Identity through Exploration of Historical Landmarks

Students in the BRIDGE Program are learning about heritage, identity, and tradition through an exploration of historical landmarks and famous places. For six weeks, classrooms in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, the U.S., and Yemen research historical landmarks and engage in cross-cultural communication in an asynchronous discussion forum. Learn more about their collaborative project.... INTRODUCTIONS: Classrooms began their[...]

National BRIDGE Event in Algeria

National BRIDGE Event in Algeria March 19-20, 2017 Workshop Report On March 19-20th, a national BRIDGE and iEARN event was conducted in Oran, Algeria. BRIDGE educators and students from all over the country attended, including those from 2016 and 2017 programming. Additionally, education officials, embassy representatives, and university staff were in attendance. The first day[...]

Stories from the Classroom: Algeria

Want to connect your classroom to teachers like Saliha in Spring 2017?   Click here to learn more. What is your name?  Saliha Belhacene What do you teach? English Language Arts Where do you teach? At Mustapha Ben Boulaid High School in Constantine, Algeria Which iEARN Project are you doing?  My Identity, Your Identity Tell us your story.[…]