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  • Staying Healthy

    This project enables students to develop a healthy life style to keep their mind and body performing at their best.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Social Studies, Health, Interdisciplinary, International Studies/Global Issues, Science
  • #Decarbonize #Decolonize

    The object of this project is that the students should be aware of the problem of Climate Change and Global Warming on our planet.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English, Spanish     |     Subject(s): Environment, Science
  • Daffodils & Tulips

    Students plant bulbs and compare when they blossom.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Environment, Geography, Interdisciplinary, Math, Science
  • Design Squad Global Clubs

    Design Squad Global clubs connect kids ages 10–13 from around the globe through after school enginnering and invention clubs! 


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Engineering, Interdisciplinary, International Studies/Global Issues, Language Arts/Reading/Writing, Math, Science
  • Drastic Plastics

    This project aims to reduce the consumption and waste of single use plastics and reduce its environmental impacts on the marine and freshwater environments on the planet.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Technology and Digital Media, Arts, Biology, Chemistry, Civics/Government, Environment, Geography, Health, Language Arts/Reading/Writing, Science
  • Dreamline World

    A simple and powerful program for aligning values, dreams, and actions for change in iEARN communities everywhere. 


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Social Studies, Special Education/Inclusion, Technology and Digital Media, Theatre/Drama, Arts, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Civics/Government, Economics, Engineering, Environment, Foreign/World Languages, Geography, Health, History, Interdisciplinary, International Studies/Global Issues, Language Arts/Reading/Writing, Library Media and Information Science, Math, Music, Science
  • Global Math

    This project uses math as a unifying tool to investigate and understand our shared world.  Activities are designed to appeal to a broad range of students and ability levels.  They can also be adapted for non-math teachers.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Math, Science
  • GOMI on Earth

    I am GOMI. People say it is Garbage/Trash in English. This project is about a long journey of GOMI on EARTH.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Social Studies, Environment, Language Arts/Reading/Writing, Science
  • International Book Club: Getting Readers Connected

    Reading gives us knowledge; knowledge gives us power to improve our lives and the world! Collaborate to read and discuss books that connect to SDG's.


    Age(s): 5-11 (Primary), 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary), Post-Secondary     |     Language(s): English     |     Subject(s): Social Studies, Special Education/Inclusion, Technology and Digital Media, Theatre/Drama, Arts, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Civics/Government, Economics, Engineering, Environment, Foreign/World Languages, Geography, Health, History, Interdisciplinary, International Studies/Global Issues, Language Arts/Reading/Writing, Library Media and Information Science, Math, Music, Science
  • Medicine in My Backyard

    A preservation project that emphasizes transferring ancestral knowledge to--and preserving traditional plants for--future generations within a community where students play the role of ethno-botanists to investigate medicinal plants in their communities and read poetry written more than 900 years ago that helps reveal the healing power of plants.


    Age(s): 12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)     |     Language(s): English, Spanish     |     Subject(s): Social Studies, Health, History, Interdisciplinary, International Studies/Global Issues, Science