About this Project:

With the support of the Longview Foundation, iEARN-USA has compiled an online Teachers’ Guide to Global, Collaborative Teaching and Learning. This guide, a much-needed update on the Exchange 2.0 guide, is an unbranded, user-driven resource for teachers looking for projects and resources to collaborate with other classes around the world.

Ten years ago, with endorsement from the U.S. Departments of Education and State, iEARN-USA created the “Connect All Schools” initiative (http://connectallschools.org). This project sought to bring together organizations that were internationalizing U.S. education in a “one-stop shop” website. Through Connect All Schools teachers could learn what other schools across the country were doing as well as the organizations that had played a role in making it possible. More than 100 partner organizations joined the initiative to help promote their programs and extend them to new U.S. classrooms.

About the Longview Foundation:

The Longview Foundation seeks to build a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world by equipping youth with a global perspective and understanding of political, social, and environmental issues worldwide. The Longview Foundation supports teacher preparationstate initiatives and coalitions, and innovative programs focused on internationalizing education in the United States. Founded by William L. Breese, the Longview Foundation for World Affairs and International Understanding has been helping young people in the United States learn about world regions and global issues since 1966.