Project-based Learning: My Identity, Your Identity Project with the BRIDGE Program at the iEARN Conference


Sameh Chaoui Ep Naceur

iEARN Tunisia

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Sameh Chaoui ep naceur

I am Sameh Chaoui Ep Naceur. I am an English teacher who has been teaching English as a second language at a secondary school for 18 years.

I have a master's degree in English. I teach students aged 17-19. I am proficient at test construction. I always contribute to designing regional tests for all secondary levels (at high school). Also, I annually suggest national English baccalaureate exams for either arts or scientific branches.

Since 2010, I have taught and/or trained many graduates in different fields of specialization including commerce, engineering, English, business...

I became a member of TEARN in 2015, I attended several conferences organized by TEARN in Tunisia. I also attended several exhibitions of projects made by students here in Tunisia, mainly in Sfax with Mrs Aida Abida. My first personal contribution with iEARN was this year (2017-2018) with the Bridge Programme, I successfully completed the Bridge online course, and then my students contibuted with an excellent project entitled My Identity. Your Identity. It was an amazing experience from which both my students and I have benefited a lot. My students are eager to do other projects with iEARN as they enjoyed the experience sooooo much, especially the fact of connecting, chatting and discussing with peers from many parts of the world... We are really grateful to iEARN.

Chema Attia

iEARN Tunisia

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Chema Attia

I am Chema Attia from Tunisia, a Computer sciences teacher, Office Member in the Tunisian Association of "ITA" (Informatics Tunisian Association), Trainer in visual programming language for the child: scratch, AppInventor, Kodu, Appinventor.  I have Contributed in the organization of the national competition TUCS "Tunisian Competition in Scratch and Kodu and I am an ambassador in Africa Code Week Tunisia.  I am a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, MIE trainer and MIE fellow. I have been Selected by Microsoft community to be a part of 300 educators to join E2 - 2017 which took place in Toronto-Canada

Teaching for me is not only a job, it's also a hobby, I like contacting students and trying with them new ways of learning, applying lessons based on PBL method, practising new software like scratch, kodu, minecraft, sway, onenote... and learning without border ...

Session Details

Type: Interactive Workshop

Location: Room 1101

Date: Tuesday

Time: 2:00-2:50 PM

This session is associated with a UN SDG!

This session relates to the My Identity Your Identity iEARN Project!

Session Description

Presenters will introduce project-based learning and its importance in education.They will share their experience in the BRIDGE Program, student project work in the My Identity Your Identity project, and its impact on student learning. 

What will educators learn and be able to do at the end of the session?

-Emphasising the benefits of ever-lasting impact of learning with activities (PBL).

-Sensitizing educators as well as students to the importance and value of doing projects at a global level (learning with the world); engaging students in doing iEARN projects.