Second BRIDGE Workshop in Tunisia at the National Center for Technology in Education
CNTE officials greeted participants and country coordinator, Basma, made a presentation on iEARN, its goals, missions, and introduction to the BRIDGE Program.
The workshop included a hands on session exploring the iEARN Collaboration Centre with experienced teachers on hand to assist. Participants displayed high level of interest and satisfaction in the workshop.
Additionally, on September 29th, a team from Washington DC composed of members from Legacy International, NDI (Northern Democratic Institute), POMED (Project on Middle East Democracy) and RUNNING START attended a presentation about TEARN and BRIDGE. It was a great opportunity to open up onto other organizations, start partnerships and broaden the TEARN network in Tunisia.