Unconference Session at the iEARN Conference


Katie Flynn

North Ridgeville Middle School

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Katie Flynn

I am a 6th year middle level History and English language Arts teacher in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. I received my bachelors and Masters in History from Ohio University. I’ve previously taught English in Aix en Provence, France for a year. I hope to continue to incorporate the importance of international education and the values of iEARN in my classroom curriculum. 

Nawal Abu Rabe’a

Alhoor High School

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Nawal Abu rabe’a

Nawal Abu Rabe’a has 26 years of teaching experience as an English teachers for all levels in Israel. She has a BA in English and Hebrew literature and MA in management. She is an English teacher  at Alnoor Hura High School and ACCESS teacher too. She became a member of iEARN in 2017, as a part of the BRIDGE Program. Her students have participated in several projects such as Teddy Bear Project, Talking Kites, Tulips and Daffodils, the International Book Club, and Girl Rising.

Session Details

Type: Roundtable

Location: Room 1101

Date: Thursday

Time: 3:30-4:50 PM

Session Description

An unconference is the opposite of a formal conference session. There is not predetermined agenda or content. The topics, knowledge sharing, engagement and overall experience are the responsibility of the participants. The purpose is to foster ideas, conversations and peer to peer learning among attendees. This session will begin with attendees identifying topics they would like to discuss and then breakout discussions form based on those topics. Come with a topic that you would like to discuss and an open mind!

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

To share knowledge, resources, and best practices with one another.