STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) projects that integrate coding-making, electronics, robotics, and media.
Cross-cultural project-based learning and thematic Learning Circles through iEARN and GTP, connecting global and local issues to meet learning goals.
Pi4L is an e-learning program that aims to provide access to quality education and accelerate basic literacy and numeracy learning. A successful pilot, in partnership with UNICEF was implemented in Lebanon with Syrian refugees.
“Code the Raspberry Pi to Invent for the Benefit of Lebanon” is the theme of the first Raspberry Pi Competition, which is part of a national program that aims to promote coding and innovation in schools.
Before the I-DO project, group work was everyone worked alone at home and we would put them together at school. Now, we have learned to work in collaboration with each other and to be one team - to share and to work together in the classroom - and how to talk to people, ask questions and get information.Students of Omar Farroukh High School
IEA’s Coder-Maker is different from any other program, it has infused creativity and even more, students have contribute to their community.Teacher, Dhour Shweir Public Secondary School
“The synergy between our methodology and IEA’s pedagogy has a clear and positive impact on students’ outcomes; we are now integrating this pedagogy in the design of our programs”.Oumnia Arab, coordinator, Pi4L Program
We are most proud of the experience – to have produced something valuable – if our results are shared widely.Students of Baalbeck High School
“The Pi4L e-learning program helped me to read, understand, and become self-confident. I started to spell words and read to rely on myself, to communicate with this little screen. Suddenly, I was reading English; I was so happy, full of joy. I was very happy that I had friends to laugh, joke, and be happy with after being lonely”.Warde, participant in Pi4L program
This Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 we are celebrating the 7th Raspberry Pi Birthday Party At Coder-Maker at the Beirut Digital District.Read More
The story of Aesha's Smart Glasses is the story of a group of public school students working with their teacher and classmates Syrian refugees in the Coder-Maker program. The team continues to work on their project and has developed amazing ideas for their prototype.Read More
We run the Raspberry Pi Lebanon competition and we think it is important to do so although we truly believe in the power of collaborative learning. We have actually already run two competitions and are currently planning the third which will be held in June 2019.Read More
The D-day finally got there and the Coder-Maker program was launched on February 10, 2016 at Achrafieh Public Secondary School, in close partnership with the Mona Bustros Foundation and under the patronage of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.Read More
Rafi and Rabih are two Syrian students. Rabih has been working since he is very young helping his father in agricultural fields in the Bekaa and Rafi has been doing various jobs. They are now in a technical school in the mountain region of Shouf and they joined the DLI team. Working on the project has been challenging for them because of their job requirement.Read More