iEARN Trinidad and Tobago International Projects: Bringing Distant Cultures Within Reach

Resources For Kids, Teachers, Etc.

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network), is a non-profit global network that enables young people to engage in collaborative educational projects using the Internet and technology in order to enhance learning and make a difference. All iEARN projects are required to demonstrate what was learned in some way.

The Trinidad and Tobago coordinator, Mrs. Gia Gaspard Taylor of Port of Spain, invites teachers and their classes to participate in the many exciting project opportunities we have available.

iEarn TnT is partners with other organizations such as Sister Cities International and UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization). The Digi-Arts project is affiliated with UNESCO's Decade of the Culture of Peace and Non Violence Against the Children of the World.

Port of Spain has been a Sister City to Atlanta, USA since 1985. The International Business Education Program has resulted from this collaboration.

iEARN 2011 International Conference & Youth Summit

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Interaction, Education, Communication, Technology
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Post Office Box # 1077
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
Telephone: 1.868.640.9141
Mobile: 1.868.683.4251
Fax: 1.868.640.2231 – 683.4251