Projects in the frames of global network of International Education and Resource Network (iEARN)

  • Do We Have a Spare Planet - An environmental project stressing activities that can be done to preserve our planet.
  • Amusing Natural Science – Interesting numerical and/or exterimental tasks in the area of mathematics, chemistry, physics.
  • Waste – Problem or Possibility – This project researches how we are treating waste in our communites.
  • The Ecological Footprint project - Participants research the impact their lifestyles have on ecological systems, and work for justice and sustainability.
  • Dream School - Schools discuss and investigate what aspects of school life they want to improve. Students write essays and poems describing their dream school.
  • A Foreign Country in My Eyes - In this project, students write about their experiences in a foreign country
  • Laws of Life Essay Project - Students write about their personal values in life.
  • A Vision - an international literary magazine that teaches
  • Teen life, I and... – Teenagers write about their life, and issues they are concerned about.
  • Food For Everyone – A pilot programme to examine hunger and agriculture issues.
  • Breaking the Silence – This project serves to raise awareness of issues pertaining to disease prevention in adolescents.
  • Lewin – A global anthology of student writing.
  • Local History – Students share histories of their own town’s or surrounding area’s, buildings, famous people, and events.
  • Faces of war – Opens up the possibilities for education to use new communication technologies effectively and creatively in the study of life experiences and global circumstances.
  • The Danger of Nazism Today – Create an on-line information exchange on criminal and other extreme nationalistic activities in our countries, initiate joint international action.
  • Folk Tales and Values – Students study folk tales in their own communities and beyond.
  • Aspects of Love – Students share essays, poems, stories, and drawings in order to develop their personal understanding of the word love and help them develop tolerance to other’s opinion.
  • Joys of Music – Participants are invited to explore the wonderful world of music.
  • Toys for Africa – Students from around the world were collecting toys to be given to orphans in South Africa.
  • City Art Video – Students record video clips about their cities, and accompany them with information about the city’s history, legends and interesting facts.
  • Free Time Games – Students collect and share games from around the world.
  • Medicines in Our Backyard – Students explore their surroundings, make research, and talk with local people.
  • Teenager believes – Students conduct a survey and analyze collected data.
  • Videoconferencing Project – Students learn how to use existing equipment and to establish a video link and make some video presentation.
  • The Holocaust/Genocide project – The HGP is a global, theme-based Internet project on this topic, with participants from more than 16 countries.
  • Africa the Early Fires – Students research and compile resources covering the history of pre-colonial Africa.
  • Everyday Superstitions – Students collect and compare superstitions on different topics from everyday life of different countries.
  • Waste - problem or possibility – Researches how we treat waste in our communities.
  • 100 years - 10 decades - 1 century – Contribute with the most significant events that occurred in their community, and the most outstanding people who lived in their town/country in this century.
  • Reforming Practices and Traditions – Students dialogue about which practices and traditions we should keep, which we should get rid of, improve and why.
  • Virtual Classroom – Students and teachers create web pages and provide links to useful educational sites on the Internet.
  • A Day in the Life – Students describe a day in their life.
  • National Drinks and Related Traditions – A project comparing the history and traditions of national drinks around the world.
  • “Super Hero” Cartoon Art – Students share their own Super Hero that works for the good of the environment and/or humanity.
  • Communication – Students share essays on the theme “Have these communication technologies (mobiles and the Internet) influenced your life and how?”
  • Kindred – Stories and pictures from the oral histories of somebody families.
  • Inside View – Magazine based on the issues that teenagers go through living in an urban society.
  • Life – Students explore and share their understanding of the meaning of time in various spheres of human life.
  • Youth CAN – Students write about and interact on environmental issues in their communities.
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