4. Does my project “go live”
5. Will my partner be
automatically e-mailed when
the project is ready?
6. Do I need to contact my
NSS to tell them about my
Part 1 &
1. Do you need to think about the end of
the project when you are registering it?
2. Can you change your project details
before you submit it?
3. Which button would I click to access
A B C D
Quality Labels – Project
1. The project must have common
goals and a shared plan.
2. It must be finished or in its last
3. The applying teacher must have
made significant contributions to
4. A certain degree of collaboration
must appear. The minimum to be
considered is using and reacting
to partners’ materials.
5. Project results must be visible.
Quality Labels – Criteria
The Criteria Indicators of a good project
Creativity: Pedagogical and methodological aspects of
the project are original.
Innovation: The project has meant new ways of teaching
and learning for the students and teachers involved,
Curricular Integration The project is integrated in ordinary lesson plans
Use of Technology ICT tools used are appropriate according to the activities
Sustainability in the school: the project is not an isolated
event but has become an integral part of the activities
and the educational objectives of the school
Transferability: aspects of the project can serve as a
model for other teachers and an example of good
Results and Benefits The extent of effects of the project results, including
dissemination outside the school. Educational and
pedagogical relevance of results and benefits.
1. Can a project ‘Member’ add
new people and edit the
2. Do eTwinning projects carry
on forever on the eTwinning
3. Final question???
Step three: Using your Twinspace
The Twinspace is the heart of your eTwinning project. It is a safe and secure
online space where you and your partners work together. This session
shows you how to use your Twinspace to communicate and share your work
with your partners. You’ll also find out how the Twinspace can help you
share your project with the wider community.
When: Thursday 4th July 16:30-17:30