The Young Women In ICT (YWIIT) project is aimed at increasing the number of young women participating in ICT and pursuing (or opting to pursue) ICT related professions.
In Uganda it is being piloted in 8 pilot schools (80% of which are girls schools and the 20% being mixed schools). Each participating country is free to choose the criteria basing on the scenario in their country.
ہيوسٹن ٹيکساس … راجہ زاہد اختر خانزادہ … ہيوسٹن اور کراچي کے اسکولوں کے درميان اشتراک سے متعلق ايک ياداشت پر دستخط کئے گئے،تقريب ميں ياداشت کي دستاويز پرہيوسٹن اکيڈمي آف انٹرنيشنل اسٹيڈيز کي پرنسپل سليا چيکز اور آئي اون پاکستان کي ايگزيکٹو ڈائريکٹر...
Ed Gragert will lead a session tomorrow, March 7th at 2:00pm EST called Technology in Education Amidst the Arab Spring, to examine the role social networking and other forms of technology will play in the education of new societies in countries like Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, and elsewhere in the MENA region. Educators from Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen will join via Blackboard Collaborate to share their experiences and thoughts about what is happening in their countries and the region.
Connected learning is when you’re pursuing knowledge and expertise around something you care deeply about, and you’re supported by friends and institutions who share and recognize this common passion or purpose.
Description: Students are welcome to talk about their own mothers including a part of their lives, about their role in their families and how they brought them up and showed them how to become good members in their societies. ... Doing so, kids are going to express their gratitude towards their mothers. Students are also invited to collect pictures, make videos, draw paintings, do research about famous mothers.
The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange & Study (YES) Program provides scholarships for secondary school students from countries with significant Muslim populations to spend up to one academic year in the United States and to U.S.
Like many of the thoughtful participants at DML conference, the MacArthur Foundation-supported Connected Learning team is asking important questions around peer and multi-generational learning, civic engagement and social justice ...
On March 3, 2012, iEARN-USA Director Emeritus Ed Gragert and representatives of iEARN-Suriname were hosted by US Ambassador in Suriname John Nay to celebrate the YES program administered by iEARN in a number of countries. Also attending the event at the Ambassador's home in Paramaribo, Suriname was a special guest - Deputy to the US Secretary of Education Anthony Miller.
Below is a collection of dissertations, evaluations and research studies that have focused on iEARN as an organization, and its impact on teaching and learning. Brief overviews are provided. More detail is available in the full texts.
Educators have lots of options in modeling good digital citizenship with projects they can embark upon with students. Organizations like iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) are dedicated to connecting teachers and students across the globe to collaborate on educational projects. More than 2 million students and 40,000 educators are involved in iEARN projects. And teachers are taking on global projects on their own, too.....
Produced by Students at Community School Central and youth members of The Somewhere2turn Community Outreach Project. The video is part of a series of videos by "The Silicon Valley Youth Ambassadors". Students will be participating in the Global Connections Exchange program sponsored by iEARN and the U.S. State Department. The project in Redwood City is managed and directed by educator, videographer and independent journalist Diego Pettersson.
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