Join over 200 primary and secondary level projects designed and facilitated by teachers and students. In addition to meeting curriculum needs, projects must answer the question, "How will this project improve the quality of life on the planet?" This vision and purpose is the glue that holds iEARN together, enabling participants to become global citizens who make a difference by collaborating with peers around the world. Visit the iEARN Teachers Forum and Youth Forum to meet, share ideas, make announcements, and find partners. You can also view the 2013-2014 iEARN Project Book as a PDF (download) or as a FlipBook (online).
Share your home and/or school garden experiences and learn about how the agricultural methods of the Incan people of Peru can guide us in developing our own sustainable gardening practices. Choose to plant for yourself, the community and the planet… Learn more >
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… Learn more >