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Check out more new iEARN Adobe Youth Voices media!

To view the media below, you will need to login to the Adobe Youth Voices website.  If you are an iEARN AYV Educator or Coordinator and have not yet registered for Adobe's AYV Community website, register now.  Once you have registered, you can login and submit your own completed AYV youth media in the iEARN Media Gallery [you will see an option to "Post" at the bottom of the page]  As part of the submission process, you will be asked to fill out a form with background info about your media project(s).

Energy for HumanityEnergy of Humanity
Ruqai Secondary School
Sharqiya North, Oman
Subject Matter:
Community and Society
A video about youth qualifiacations and dreams of what they wish to have and be in the future.  Through images and spoken word poetry, the creators share a message for youth around the world.


Poor Danube DeltaPoor Danube Delta
Scoala Loan Bob
Cluj - Napoca, Romania
Subject Matter: Environment
A movie highlighting pollution to the Danube Delta, including places where rubbish and plastic bottles are thrown away by tourists.  The video's message to the whole world is to keep the environment clean.  The producer's hope is that this video will change something, and people will not anymore pollute the beautiful and magnificent Danube Delta.

I Am SomebodyWe're All Somebody
W. H. Day Elementary School
Bradford, Ontario, Canada
Subject Matter: Human Rights

This music video was made to express our thoughts about the Martin Luther King "I Have a Dream" speech. We discussed the section where he talks about character being an important part of being a person in any community.  We integrated a song by a local rapper, named Errol Lee and coreographed a "flash mob" dance to his song. We also showed some charater traits that help describe us as people.


HOW DO I SUBMIT MY STUDENT'S ADOBE YOUTH VOICES MEDIA?
See iEARN's AYV Media Submission Guidelines.  Reminder: to be considered for the special Adobe Youth Voices Media Festival at the 2010 iEARN Conference, media must be submitted online by June 15.
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Newsflash #269, June 8, 2010


* Special Announcement:
Register by June 10th for the 17th Annual iEARN Conference and 14th Annual Youth Summit in Barrie, Canada, July 12-17, 2010!  See below for details.

SEEKING PARTNERS: iEARN PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
1. Include your iEARN Project Book in the 2010-2011 Project Book.
2. Check out global "Listen to the Walls Talking" Project images.
3. Connect with students in the One Day in the Life Project.
4. Debunking Stereotypes Project publishes 2009-2010 report.

RESOURCES, CONTESTS, WEBSITES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

5. iEARN-Moldova to host FLEX students with disabilities from Eurasia - seeking US partner schools for collaboration.
6. Help teachers new to iEARN get started in projects.
7. Submit your project to the Stockholm Challenge 2010. 
8. Free Learning with Gaming for Educators Online Course.

UPCOMING EVENTS
9. Register now for 17th Annual iEARN Conference and 14th Youth Summit in Barrie, Canada, July 12-17, 2010.
10. 2010 Natural Disaster Youth Summit in Turkey, August 23-27, 2010

RECENT EVENTS
11. SchoolNet South Africa hosts Adobe Youth Voices Workshop, June 5-6, 2010. 

SEEKING PARTNERS: iEARN PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
Download the 2009-2010 iEARN Project Book (available in English, French, Spanish, and Korean) or View full listing of iEARN projects.

1. INCLUDE YOUR iEARN PROJECT IN THE 2010-2011 PROJECT BOOK!!!  If your project is already active and will continue, please submit an updated template to Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript .  If it is a new project, please first post your project idea in the Teachers Forum or, for students, the Youth Forum.  Once you find partners, complete the project template below and send it to  Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript as soon as possible, but no later than the FINAL DEADLINE of August 2, 2010.  This project template can be submitted in any language, and is available in multiple languages in the translated versions of the iEARN Project Book.

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2. Brief one-sentence description of project:
3. Full description of project:
4. Age/level of project participants:
5. Timetable/Schedule for the project:
6. Possible project/classroom activities:
7. Expected outcomes/products:
8. Project contribution to others and the planet:
9. Project language(s):
10. Curriculum/Subject area:
11. Names/email of initial participating groups:
12. Name of facilitator(s):
13. Email of facilitator(s):
14. iEARN Forum where it will take place or is taking place (leave blank if uncertain, and you will be assigned to a forum):
15. WWW page of project (not required):

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2. CHECK OUT GLOBAL "LISTEN TO THE WALLS TALKING" IMAGES.  Sasa Sirk (Slovenia), project facilitator, writes, "It's been a little over a year since the Walls Talking project (collecting and sharing graffiti messages) started breathing and living with lots of much appreciated help and support and inspiration from dear dear cyber friends. Within our iEARN family we have received...over 600 photos from 18 different countries - Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Mexico, Romania, Russia, Spain, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, USA and Venezuela." Check out the Listen to the Walls Talking Project Flickr site.  Connect to the iEARN forum on the Project WebpageThai intros

3. CONNECT WITH STUDENTS IN THE ONE DAY IN THE LIFE PROJECT.  Students from Thailand and the USA are currently posting introductions of themselves in the One Day Forum.  Check out their messages and post your own writings, photos and drawings representing a day in your life!  One Day Project Webpage

4. DEBUNKING STEREOTYPES PROJECT PUBLISHES 2009-2010 REPORT.  Saeed Al Abdulsalam (Oman), project facilitator, writes, "In its first year, the Debunk Stereotypes Project was a big success...this project aims to create a more understanding and caring atmosphere among the youth all over the world...More than 20 schools took part from different countries including Oman, Morocco, Algeria, Portugal, the USA, Macedonia, Azerbaijan, India, Pakistan, Kenya, Turkey, Brazil, France, Yemen, Taiwan, Ghana, Nigeria, and Belarus." Download report. (3.4MB)pdf icon

RESOURCES, CONTESTS, WEBSITES, ANNOUNCEMENTS


5. iEARN-MOLDOVA TO HOST FLEX STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES FROM EURASIA -- SEEKING US PARTNER SCHOOLS FOR COLLABORATION.  This July, iEARN-Moldova is hosting the next round of FLEX students with disabilities from Eurasia in collaboration with the American Councils for Education in Moldova (read more).  We would love to partner with an US school to assist FLEX finalists with visual and physical challenges in their struggle to improve their English speaking skills, while studying  the American culture and life style.   For more information, please contact iEARN-Moldova Representative Daniela Munca.

6. HELP TEACHERS NEW TO iEARN GET STARTED IN PROJECTS!  Your feedback is needed! iEARN-USA is developing a short online Getting Started Guide for teachers new to iEARN. This will accompany the 2010-2011 iEARN Project Book and the Collaboration Center. Our goal is to give teachers quick and easy “how to” information about participating in an iEARN project.  Please think back to the resources you used when you began your involvement with iEARN. What resources worked best and why? What resources seemed intimidating to you? What helped the most to get you and your students involved? Do you have suggestions for how we can improve the following resources? 1) iEARN Project Book, 2) iEARN Multimedia Guide, 3) iEARN international website, Building Connections Section.  We would love to hear your feedback, whether you’ve been with iEARN for 2 months or 20 years!  Ready?  Take the Getting Started Guide survey.

Stockholm Challenge7. SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT TO THE STOCKHOLM CHALLENGE 2010. 
The Stockholm Challenge Award is open for projects that use ICT to improve people's social and economic conditions and their environment.  Submission deadline is August 1, 2010.  More info

8. FREE "LEARNING WITH GAMING FOR EDUCATORS" ONLINE COURSE.  Bill Belsey, iEARN educator in Canada, has developed a Moodle-based online course, Learning With Gaming for Educators.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS

9. REGISTER NOW FOR THE 17TH ANNUAL iEARN CONFERENCE AND 14TH ANNUAL YOUTH SUMMIT IN BARRIE, CANADA, JULY 12-17, 2010. 
Please note that registrations need to be finalized and paid in full by June 10th in order to reserve rooms at Georgian College, the conference venue.  Check out a ">video preview and visit the conference website at www.iearn2010.org for more information and to register.  Participation is open to all.  iEARN encourages attendance by all who want to make their classes more global and who believe that students can be empowered to make a difference in the world when they work together on collaborative online projects.  Among countries registered so far: Armenia, Argentina, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belarus, Brazil, Cameroon, China, Cote D'Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Netherlands, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Taiwan, Tanzania, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, USA, UK, and Yemen.

NDYS 2010 in Turkey10. 2010 NATURAL DISASTER YOUTH SUMMIT TO BE HELD IN TURKEY, AUGUST 23-27, 2010.  The summit was started by the JEARN (iEARN-Japan) team, and has been held since 2005. The participation of 300 students  (150 students from abroad and 150 students from Turkey) has been  planned for this year.  Visit the NDYS 2010 Conference Website, or learn more about the year-round Natural Disaster Youth Summit Project.

RECENT EVENTS

South Africa AYV Workshop11. SCHOOLNET SOUTH AFRICA HOSTS ADOBE YOUTH VOICES WORKSHOP, JUNE 5-6, 2010. 
The iEARN-South Africa team at SchoolNet South Africa hosted a workshop at Hilton College in KwaZulu Natal for educators from around the country who have been participating in the Adobe Youth Voices program with their students.  See workshop photos

 



iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is a global non-profit network that empowers teachers and students to undertake projects designed to make a meaningful contribution to the health and welfare of the planet and its people. Started in 1988, iEARN is currently active in over 125 countries, with 2,000,000 students participating as part of their education. iEARN-International: www.iearn.org

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Check out new iEARN Adobe Youth Voices media! PDF Печать E-mail
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Check out new iEARN Adobe Youth Voices media!

To view the media below, you will need to login to the Adobe Youth Voices website.  If you are an iEARN AYV Educator or Coordinator and have not yet registered for Adobe's AYV Community website, register now.  Once you have registered, you can login and submit your own completed AYV youth media in the iEARN Media Gallery [you will see an option to "Post" at the bottom of the page]  As part of the submission process, you will be asked to fill out a form with background info about your media project(s).
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2 июня: Adobe Youth Voices Media Festival in Minsk PDF Печать E-mail
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20.05.2010 08:31
C удовольствием сообщаем вам, что в рамках объединения усилий проектов "Adobe Youth Voices" образовательного сообщества iEARN-Belarus, "Региональные ресурсные центры комплексной поддержки ОУР" Партнерской сети ШМП 21 и MessageCafé Молодежного образовательного клуба NEWLINE 2 июня 2010 года на базе Ресурсного центра образования в интересах устойчивого развития гимназии № 19 г. Минска состоится Молодежный медиа-фестиваль.

К участию в работе Медиа-фестивале приглашаются педагоги, учащиеся и студенты – авторы собственных медиа-проектов, посвященных актуальным проблемам жизни молодежных, местных и глобального сообщества. Во время работы Медиа-фестиваля предполагается открытие передвижной выставки (плакаты, постеры, комиксы, буклеты, флеры и т.д.), авторские презентации и экспертиза видеопродуктов, организация профессиональных консультаций по улучшению качества представленных материалов.
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iEARN in Action: Newsflash #266 PDF Печать E-mail
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21.04.2010 12:12

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* Special Announcement: Register now for the 17th Annual iEARN Conference and 14th Annual Youth Summit in Barrie, Canada, July 12-17, 2010!  See below for details.

SEEKING PARTNERS: iEARN PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
1. International Intercultural Mural Exchanges.
2. Thousands of students worldwide flew kites in March as part of Talking Kites Project activities. 
3. One Day in the Life Project participants document daily life around the world.
4. English teacher in Taiwan seeking partners for student video conversations.

RESOURCES, CONTESTS, WEBSITES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

5. iEARN Anniversary Video available in multiple languages.
6. Check out the latest iEARN-Pakistan newsletter.
7. Follow iEARN-USA on Twitter.
8. iEARN's Elluminate vClasses a great place for live project meetings.

UPCOMING EVENTS
9. YouthCaN Environmental Conference, April 24-26, 2010.
10. Register now for 17th Annual iEARN Conference and 14th Youth Summit in Barrie, Canada, July 12-17, 2010.
11. 2010 Natural Disaster Youth Summit in Turkey, August 23-27, 2010.


SEEKING PARTNERS: iEARN PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
Download the 2009-2010 iEARN Project Book (available in English, French, Spanish, and Korean) or View full listing of iEARN projects.

Indonesia/Japan Mural1. INTERNATIONAL INTERCULTURAL MURAL EXCHANGES.  Between September 2009 and March 2010, 36 classes in Japan and 36 classes from 14 countries worked together on joint mural projects. They met in September, learned about a global topic they decided via the IIME forum and videoconferences in October, discussed and decided the design of their mural in November.  Then, the Japan side drew one half of a canvas in December-January, and their partner class in the other country drew the other half in January-February.  Now the murals are complete!  Lots of stories were born in the process of exchange.  Some were touching, some were interesting, some were instructive...each pair has a story of its own.  Below are some videos and news coverage of murals created during the 2009 IIME that show how this mural exchange was done internationally and inter-culturally.

Japan (Sanno ES) & Canada (Boundary ES) in January TV in Canada and paper in Canada
Japan (Kanaiwa ES) / USA (Melridge) in March TV in US and video in Japan
Japan (Okazaki Josei HS) & Pakistan (Funkor Child Art Center) video in Pakistan and paper in Pakistan
Japan (Tomorogi JHS) & Fiji (Nakaikogo JHS) paper in Fiji

Join us in 2010-2011 IIME!  We have started in April to accept applications for 2010-2011 IIME. The first term of acceptance: April-May. The second: June-early August  The recruit number: 100 schools.  The Japanese school year has already started in April and many of them want their partners.  You are very welcome to IIME and I'm looking forward to having you this year!  Connect via the iEARN IIME Project Page.

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2. THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS WORLDWIDE PARTICIPATED IN TALKING KITES PROJECT ACTIVITIES IN MARCH 2010.
See videos from Slovenian participants (video 1, video 2, video 3) and join in the global year round iEARN Talking Kites Project!

3. ONE DAY IN THE LIFE PROJECT DOCUMENTS DAILY LIFE AROUND THE WORLD. 
In addition to ongoing activities throughout the year, the project celebrated a special March 23 event with participation Breadfast in Sloveniafrom students in 24 countries -- Morocco, USA, Yemen, Azerbaijan, East Jerusalem, Bangladesh, Oman, Taiwan, Romania, Pakistan, South Korea, Slovenia, Canada, China, Ukraine, Bahrain, Argentina, the Netherlands, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Zambia, Brazil, Croatia and Jordan.  In addition to hundreds of text posts, over 700 multimedia files have been contributed since 23 March, including photos, videos, and powerpoints. The project team is already planning another One Day event in July (to coincide with the 2010 iEARN Annual Conference in Canada).  Read more and connect to the project forum on the iEARN One Day in the Life Project Page.

4. ENGLISH TEACHER IN TAIWAN SEEKING PARTNERS FOR STUDENT VIDEO CONVERSATIONS.  "I am an English teacher in Taiwan, East Asia. I would love to invite teachers and students around the globe to have direct video conversations on assigned topics.  Here is a tentative plan for this conversation. Student level: Grade 10~12 (17~18 years old). Language: English. Frequency of conversation: twice per week (until mid June). Duration of conversation: about 30 mins. Topic of conversation: to be decided by teachers.  Process of conversation: Students use English to have conversations on the topics their teachers have decided for them, and they can chat and ask one another questions during the conversations. All kind of supplementary materials that facilitate the conversations are encouraged."  From Hungchin (Taiwan). Interested?  See the Invitation: Students' video conversation topic in the iEARN Teachers Forum.

RESOURCES, CONTESTS, WEBSITES, ANNOUNCEMENTS


5. iEARN ANNIVERSARY VIDEO AVAILABLE IN MULTIPLE LANGUAGES.  The iEARN Anniversary Video is available with multilingual captions through dotSUB.com, a browser based, one-stop, self contained system for creating and viewing subtitles for videos in multiple languages across all platforms.  Bengali, Spanish, Italian, and Arabic translations of the iEARN Anniversary Video subtitles are already underway or completed.  We would love to have the video captions in 50 languages!!  Can we do it?   Interested in helping to provide additional translations?  Contact \n Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript Этот адрес e-mail защищен от спам-ботов. Чтобы увидеть его, у Вас должен быть включен Java-Script .

6. CHECK OUT THE LATEST iEARN-PAKISTAN NEWSLETTER! 
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7. FOLLOW iEARN-USA ON TWITTER! 
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Elluminate logo8. iEARN'S ELLUMINATE vCLASSES A GREAT PLACE FOR LIVE PROJECT MEETINGS.  As the school year ends for some in the network, think about having an online meeting with your project parner classes.  iEARN has two Elluminate vClasses available to participants to communicate by video and audio, and to exchange various multimedia, including powerpoint slides.  You can record your session to share with others.  Book a room on the iEARN Elluminate Site.  To learn more about Elluminate, visit the Elluminate Website

UPCOMING EVENTS

9. YouthCaN ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE, APRIL 24-26, 2010. The New York City event will be held on April 26th between 9:00 am - 1:45 pm (EST) at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, USA.  YouthCaN is a year-round global network within iEARN of students using telecommunications for environmental project work.  This year students from the five boroughs of NYC will be joined by others from as far away as Florida and Texas (USA), Oman, Dominican Republic, and Egypt (via video-conference) and Pakistan (via video-conference)!  Join us!

10. REGISTER NOW FOR THE 17TH ANNUAL iEARN CONFERENCE AND 14TH ANNUAL YOUTH SUMMIT IN BARRIE, CANADA, JULY 12-17, 2010. 
Check out a video preview and visit the conference website at http://www.iearn2010.org/ for more information and to register.  Participation is open to all.  iEARN encourages attendance by all who want to make their classes more global and who believe that students can be empowered to make a difference in the world when they work together on collaborative online projects.

11. 2010 NATURAL DISASTER YOUTH SUMMIT TO BE HELD IN TURKEY, AUGUST 23-27, 2010.  The summit was started by the Japanese team, and has been held since 2005. The participation of 300 students  (150 students from abroad and 150 students from Turkey) has been  planned for this year.  Registration and more information can be found at  http://www.ndysturkiye.com/ For more about the Natural Disaster Youth Summit, see  http://ndys.jearn.jp/
 



iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is a global non-profit network that empowers teachers and students to undertake projects designed to make a meaningful contribution to the health and welfare of the planet and its people. Started in 1988, iEARN is currently active in over 125 countries, with 2,000,000 students participating as part of their education. iEARN-International: http://www.iearn.org

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