As a leading player in global education, IEA adhered as member of reknowned organizations and networks.
The College of Teachers, UK
This ensures quality assurance of its programmes and provides possibility for certification where required. The assessment of its programmes is done under the supervision of The College. The College of Teachers will be transferring to become The College of Teaching
International Education and Resource Network, iEARN, International
IEA designed the first award winning iEARN online professional development courses in 2001. Since 1988, iEARN (International Education and resource Network) has pioneered the educational use of innovative communications technology and teacher professional development to facilitate on-line collaborative project-based learning in elementary and secondary schools in 130 countries worldwide. To date it is the largest K-12 education network in more than 140 countries and over 100 projects in sciences, math, technology, environment, language, arts and humanities.
Global Teenager Project, Netherlands
Since 1998 Global Teenager Project (GTP) connects classrooms globally within safe and structured asynchronous classroom exchanges in a structured and proven concept of of Learning Circles. Learning Circles provide are lead by a team of international expert facilitators and enable learners to gain foundational skills in the use of ICT in challenge-based learning, cross-cultural communication and online collaboration. Currently running in 34 countries in six languages.