In 2012, I Learn was founded with a small scale academic program and psychosocial programs aimed at giving children and youth a place to express themselves, learn new things, and interact with the large world around them. Ever since, we have scaled our work to reach thousands of young people and parents, and built partnerships on the national and international level.
During the proceeding years we reached these numbers ;
• More than 1800 children enrolled in the camps held by I Learn and supported by our partners Drosos , Zain Jordan, Women Micro fund.
• More than 300 volunteers took part in the activities of I Learn camps.
• 30 camps held in different locations in Jordan (Jerash, Zarqa, Baqa’a, Altafileh,Alazraq Kherbet al Souq, Alhashen Alshamali,Alramtha and Deerala)
• More than 800 sessions conducted from different subjects (Arts, Life Skills, Language and IT)
• 500 Students from 4 public schools in Amman and Jarash engaged in our Activities through a National programme with an aim to building capacity for youth from ages 14-16 ,implemented by the Ministry of Education
• 10 CBOs partnered in the implementation of Camps.
Through innovative educational approaches we
seek to establish a mentality that fosters intellectual
growth and strengthened agency of disenfranchised
youths. Through increasing the capabilities of local
youths they in-turn can affect their communities on a
larger-scale as future leaders and role models.
As I Learn engages the most targeted members of
the local communities, we fill a critical deficiency by
providing personal agency through legal education,
cultural enrichment, and entrepreneurship.
Increased outreach and recruitment campaigns bring
together participants with volunteer educators,
role models, and our partners in a environment that
allows them to affect their communities from within.
By educating children in a creative and safe
environment we encourage diversity and critical
thinking that forms the foundation for their
continued growth. We employ innovative educational
approaches that includes art and digital knowledge,
which supplements formal education and allows the
children to reach their true potentials
I Learn’s local initiatives are grounded in the needs of the local community. By consulting the community’s youth
we are able to identify their specific needs and then to develop tailored steps to increase the capabilities of the
communities to realize those needs. At the same time consulting the community help expand our outreach and
build lasting networks.
Our programs are especially tailored to the needs of the community, in particular for students that are at risk
of or have lost faith in formal education as well as underachieving students. Our curriculums encourage self-
learning and respects the student’s natural psychological and social development.
A wide range of workshops beside informal educational techniques are employed outside the classroom to
build valuable life skills such as communication, entrepreneurship, and critical thinking. These capabilities are
then reinforced through recreational activities and youth-led collaborative projects that influence the wider
community and increase the participants’ self-esteem.
1. Academic Support: Through our visitor volunteer program and with the help of local educators we supplement the
formal education of the youths at secondary and higher-educational levels. Our curriculum is tailored to the youth’s’
specific needs and includes teaching subjects such as english, mathematics, and accounting.
2. Informal Education: Programs that employ informal teaching methods that include workshops and collaborative
projects teach valuable life skills such as entrepreneurship, creative thinking, and other skills that aid the youth in their
personal endeavors. The programs are an ongoing process that continuously reinforce and develop these crucial skills,
which are also integrated into our other programs of academic support and community building.
3. Volunteerism : Mutual support between the partners and participants of I Learn foster knowledge sharing and the
continued involvement of alumni of our youth programs as future role models and volunteers. This culture of supporting
the community builds the foundation for the eventual creation of independent self-sustaining entities, whereby the
central organization of I Learn assumes a mentorship role.
The children of disenfranchised communities are often its most vulnerable members. One of our core principles are
innovation, meaning that we employ teaching methods that nurtures self-esteem and creative self-learning that allow
access to the basic rights that children should enjoy.
With the help of volunteers and caregivers from the community, we are able to, through our informal education, form a
safe and creative learning environment. Our methods include elements of teaching through art, recreational activities,
and academic support.
These methods influence the self-esteem and confidence in the value of education of our participants by showing that
knowledge can indeed be reached by fun and creative means. Further meaningful life skills are also attained while
greater psychosocial well-being is promoted within the safety of our learning environment.
1. Language through creativity: Our interactive teaching methods focus on teaching english through the use of art,
dance, and music, among other things, that foster a fun and collaborative environment. Not only are the methods more
effective but also values the inherent creativity of children while promoting psychosocial well being.
2. Programming: In a rapidly modernizing world, I Learn aim to fill the gap of formal education by teaching children
the skills necessary to succeed in the future. In collaboration with our partners we offer digitalized courses that teach
valuable skills within STEM subjects in a creative and innovative way.
3. Art: By bringing facilitators with artistic backgrounds through our Visitor Volunteer Program we are able to host
workshops and projects that teach design and creative thinking. The workshops allow the children to express their
emotions in a safe and responsible environment that promotes their mental and physical well-being.
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We can reach a large and fast youth population in our region.
To support and train young people and participate in most activities in the institution and share their ideas and give them opportunities in obtaining technical and logistical support. In building their projects and initiatives
I want to be a member in order to exchange experiences with other institutions, support young people in the Euro-Mediterranean region, and develop and promote education