Over 15 countries participate in Global One Day in the Life Project event on March 30

Chris Baer (USA), co-facilitator of the One Day in the Life Project, along with Marta García Lorea (Argentina), writes, "We've seen over 800 amazing student posts about March 30th in the iEARN One Day in the Life forum, together with nearly 500 media files - photographs, videos, powerpoints, and slideshows - and more keep pouring in every day! Dozens of schools from at least fifteen countries have already posted in our first week - from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Indonesia, Oman, Pakistan, Russia, South Korea, Suriname, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, and Yemen - and we expect to see posts from at least eight more countries in the coming weeks. If you haven't visited lately, please take a look at what's new in the forum. We've seen and learned about bus stations and breakfasts and classroom pranks and video games and gas station eateries and chemistry classes and night markets and secret crushes and subway stations and so much more!"

The One Day in the Life Project is ongoing - visit the One Day in the Life Project Page to read more.



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