Stories from the Classroom: Yemen

What is your name?  Tahani Alswidi Which iEARN project are you doing?  My Identity, Your Identity Where do you teach? Sanaa Advanced School, Yemen What age do you teach?  7th, 8th, and 9th grade Math Tell us your story. I’m extremely eager to introduce my students to the world at large through the iEARN program. Because of many[…]

120 Global Educators Engage in Online Professional Development

During February and March, over 120 global educators from 11 countries came together to engage in online professional development for the BRIDGE Program, supported by the Stevens Initiative. During the online course, participants collaborated with others educators from the Middle East, North Africa, and the United States.  Through this cross-cultural communication, teachers learned how to[...]

Stories from the Classroom: Yemen

What is your name?  Sukina Almaen Which iEARN project are you doing?  The Earth Stewardship Project Where do you teach? At Alharmeen School in Ibb, Yemen What age do you teach?  Students ages 12-14 years old Tell us your story. BRIDGE program is very important because I get many useful things from it. For instance, I knew other[…]

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.[…]

BRIDGE Online Educators Course Spring 2016

  Educators in 11 countries came together in April 2016 to engage in their first professional online training course as a part of iEARN’s new BRIDGE (Building Respect through International Dialogue and Global Education) Program.  The program is funded by a two-year grant from The Aspen Institute Stevens Initiative to engage educators and students in[…]