The Environmental Education program aims to develop and provide curriculum-base environmental education and eco-literacy training to increase the environmental awareness of K-12 learners and youths.
LEARN delivers outdoor environmental education and eco-literacy trainings to schools and youth groups on request and through grant programs. We are working with the Ministry of Education to integrate environment education into school curriculum.
LEARN is also seeking funding to secure a protected nature center to enrich its field trip,nature camps and environmental education program.
Computer Education to Enhance Learning (CEEL) Program is a Computer Literacy and eLearning Program for K– 12 schools. The program is designed to incorporate hands-on and personalize learning pace approach to learning computer fundamentals and internet literacy in the classroom.
The program aim is to provide the skills needed to use a telecommunication platform that enhances learning outputs. K- 12 students and teachers will be able to effectively use the computer and internet as a learning enhancement tools in the classroom. With the goal of providing computer and internet literacy training, the program will utilize user-friendly learning modules for students who have little or no computer skills.
The K-12 computer and eLearning program modules are structured with consideration for the learner grade level and competency in computer usage. The program provides a step by step approach to acquiring lifelong computer and internet skill from the classroom. Also, CEEL is designed to help teachers use the computer as a tool to enhance learning in their classroom. Teachers will have the opportunity to use eContents and other online resources to improve their students learning output.
Partner schools can also benefit from the World Computer Exchange cheap refurbish computer partnership.
For more information on our CEEL Program, please contact us :firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs (ECA) to provide full scholarships for high school students from countries with significant Muslim populations to study for one academic year in the United States.
YES students serve as “youth ambassadors” of their home country, promoting mutual understanding by forming lasting relationships with their host families and communities. Participants live with a host family, attend an American high school, acquire leadership skills, and engage in activities to learn about U.S. society and values; they also help educate Americans about their home country and culture.
The YES program is administered in partnership with the U.S. Department of State by a consortium of non-profit organizations led by American Councils for International Education. In Liberia,iEARN-Liberia manages the YES program in partnership with the local U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office.