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At the Information Resource Center of the US Embassy in Algiers, we were honored to deliver a fall workshop about [email protected] achievements in the past three years within the Christopher Stevens Youth Network.
The workshop objectives were to encourage teachers to engage in online professional development courses and involve their students in global collaborative projects. We tend to improve our ways of integrating Project Based Learning in the curriculum and increasing opportunities of partnership with our peers worldwide.
Thanks to this program we have had the opportunity to meet teachers and supervisors from Mostaganem, Tlemcen, Algiers and we are planning to meet more teachers from Constantine, Jijel, Mila and Setif soon.
Our heartfelt gratitudes are extended to our audience , the teachers and inspectors of National Education in Algiers, Bordj Bou Arreridj and Ain Defla , as well as the US Embassy of Algiers Staff including Anna Escorgima (the Public Affair Officer), Cheryl L.Neely ( the Cultural Affairs officer), Smoak Rebecca (the Regional English Language Offcier) and Leah Bitat (the World Learning co-founder). Special thanks to Nadia Ouhenia, who has been supporting us since we started planning the workshop.
During the workshop we seized the opportunity to grant certificates to two teachers who had completed their online professional development courses with iEARN.
Yakout Ziani, a teacher from Bordj Bou Arreridj said : " It was a great opportunity for me to learn more about implementing PBL in the classroom"
Yacine Gabes, a teacher from Blida said: " This may interest a lot of teachers and suit many eager students"
All participants demonstrated great interest in iEARN Collaborative projects and wish to take part in the upcoming CSYN Online Course.
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