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    • eTwinning InspirationeTwinning Inspiration CS PułtuskCS Pułtusk Adam StępińskiAdam Stępiński
    • - Teachers' Professional- Teachers' Professional DevelopmentDevelopment - eTwinning projects- eTwinning projects - Motivating students through- Motivating students through project workproject work
    • eTwinningeTwinning Co-operation among schools through projects and promotion of teachers' professional development.
    • Self-developmentSelf-development - conducting projects with European partners, - using Desktop and TwinSpace, - using other ICT tools,
    • Self-developmentSelf-development Project Kits
    • Self-develpmentSelf-develpment Modules
    • Self-development Publications
    • Self-development Project Gallery
    • Professional Development OpportunitiesProfessional Development Opportunities - Contact Seminars
    • Professional Development OpportunitiesProfessional Development Opportunities Learning Events
    • Professional Development OpportunitiesProfessional Development Opportunities European ProfessionalDevelopment Workshops
    • Professional Development OpportunitiesProfessional Development Opportunities Groups
    • Professional Development OpportunitiesProfessional Development Opportunities - national/regional/local conferences, workshops etc. (in Poland, for example, e-Tuesdays, e- Wednesdays, e-Thursdays, e-winter holidays, ten- week Moodle courses for beginners and advanced users, week Web 2.0 tools courses)
    • What for?What for? - for yourself (to work better every day, to carry out better projects)
    • What for? - for your students
    • What for?What for? - to meet the requirements of the Board of Education
    • What for?What for? - to speed up our promotion :)
    • What for?What for? - to feel a member of the eTwinning family
    • Etwinning projectsEtwinning projects Co-operation among schools through projects and promotion of teachers' professional development.
    • Etwinning projectsEtwinning projects What is an eTwinning Project? Two schools from two different European countries create a project and use ICT to carry out their work. As schools communicate and collaborate via the Internet, there are no grants or administrative conditions connected to the scheme and face-to-face meetings are not required.
    • Etwinning projectsEtwinning projects .
    • Project development stagesProject development stages
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 1. Define the thematic area - connect it with the fields of interests, for example: personalised project (lifestyles, hobbies, family, homes, school) the world around us (nature, culture, the media) fantasy and imagination
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 2. Define the project objectives (= what are Ss supposed to learn through it?): - language (vocabulary, skills, grammar, functions) other skills, for example: - communication, cooperation, learning to learn, finding and processing information, solving problems, self-development - other content (content-related knowledge /skills)
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 3. Decide on the final task/tasks (= what are Ss supposed to do?): - tangible end product, for example: story, letter, poem, descriptive writing, play, interview, brochure, booklet, newspaper, poster, news programme, chart, model, picture, map, photograph, audio recording, video recording - non-tangible end product, for example: role-play, simulation
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 4. Plan the content (= what do Ss need for doing the project?): - information to collect - language to be learnt and practised - skills to learn and practise
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 5. Plan the process (= how are Ss to do it? when are Ss to do particular parts / stages of the project?) time, place, groups, division of work, stages of work, ways to collect and store information, materials, ways to record the process, feedback on the process ways to get support
    • Project development stagesProject development stages 6. Plan evaluation - what exactly is evaluated: product, content, language, process, cooperation, contributions, some / all of the above - who evaluates: teacher, students, teacher and students - when the project is evaluated: at the end of the project during the stages of the project
    • Project development stagesProject development stages - how the project is evaluated: points, questionnaires, marks, journal, applause - once again, you’ll need to specify the objectives (whether they are achieved)
    • Project workProject work
    • Project workProject work