Thursday, 15 September 2016

Consider joining a Global Learning Circle - a great way to collaborate with other teachers and classes globally


What are Global Learning Circles?
The Global Learning Circles project attempts to draw participation from iEARN members in as many countries as possible.  Teachers and students work together in small groups to learn about each other by exchanging cultural information and working together in collaborative project work.   
  • There are two sessions each year, September - January and January - May. 
  • This session begins September 30, 2016, and ends on January 15, 2017. Apply ASAP
  • The next session starts in February 2017

To join iEARN Learning Circles, you must complete a placement form at least two weeks before the beginning of the session. Once you complete the placement form you will be placed in a Circle for the next session.
Interested?  Please review the choices below, and then click Join this Space at the bottom of this page and fill out the registration form on the following page. 

Circle themes
For this session, Circle themes are as follows:
  • My Hero: Elementary, Middle, and High School
  • My Hero Call To Action: Elementary, Middle, and High School
  • Computer Chronicles: Elementary, Middle, and High School
  • Places and Perspectives: Elementary, Middle, and High School
  • Mindworks: Elementary, Middle, and High School
  • Global Issues: Environment: Middle and High School
  • Global Issues: Education: Middle and High School
  • Early People Symbols Project: Elementary and Middle
Find more details about these themes at  https://iearn.org/cc/space-29

How to join a Learning Circle
Interested teachers can register at the following site: https://iearn.org/cc/space-29
  • All they need is their iEARN login and password. If you don't have this then please first register/join as a teacher at https://iearn.org/
  • Many experienced participants have already registered, so we are hoping for a very active and dynamic session of Learning Circles. 
  • If a teacher would like more information or if they have questions, they can contact Dr Barry Kramer at: learningcircles@gmail.com, ccOmashani@schoolnet.org.za

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