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[...]

75 days until they meet in Morocco

JoEllen and Loubaba started the BRIDGE Program in Fall 2016.  Their virtually journey through global collaboration will come full circle when they meet face to face in Morocco this summer.  Follow their journey below. To begin your journey in global collaboration, join our Fall 2017 cohort of educators in the BRIDGE Program! Click here for more information[...]

Morocco Workshop takes place on October 1-2nd, 2016.

mEARN, an iEARN BRIDGE partner, is a non-profit organization in Morocco thatworks on promoting young students 21st century skills in English Language together with the use of new technology. This can be seen through PBL (Project Based Learning), collaboration, video conferences, and forum discussions with other school outside Morocco. On October 1-2nd, mEARN hosted their first face-face BRIDGE[…]