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Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4
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Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching? group4

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EU-presidency event: Mobility as a tool to acquire and develop competences
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  • Even if eTwinning is not about physical mobility, some ‘on-site events’ take place (PDW, Conference), they are instrumental to the set-up, development, strengthening, uptaking of virtual communities (of eTwinners, of Ambassadors, of NSS, of partners in projects etc.). eTwinners say that they create new contact both through online channels (50%) and through face-to-face meetings (50%).
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    • 1. Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching ? Group IV Dr. Riina Vuorikari European Schoolnet [email_address]
    • 2. Main lines of the presentation: <ul><li>Mobility as a “state of mind” - involving students in eTwinning </li></ul><ul><ul><li>key message: culture of change within the institution </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Teachers professional development through on-line “exchange of practices” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>key message: up-skilling takes place </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Formal and informal recognition </li></ul><ul><ul><li>examples from eTwinning in Poland, Spain and Estonia </li></ul></ul>Come to see Group VIII tomorrow!
    • 3. eTwinning offers teachers tools to work with students to start a “culture of change” within the institution
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    • 5. eTwinning is not a trigger for teachers’ professional development, but an added value! Crawley et al, 2009
    • 6. The next question: <ul><li>If more and more research recognises the value of informal PD, how </li></ul><ul><li>can national and local in-service training schemes best take advantage of it? </li></ul>
    • 7. Example from eTwinning 57% yes, to some extent!
    • 8. eTwinning can be used for formal professional development <ul><li>Estonia , Hungary, Lithuania, Poland , Portugal, Slovenia and Spain </li></ul><ul><li>Vuorikari, R. (2010). eTwinning Report 2010: Teachers’ professional development: an overview of current practice. European Schoolnet. </li></ul>
    • 9. Example from eTwinning e.g. Spain e.g. Poland, Estonia
    • 10. Does exchange between teachers (through physical and virtual mobility) improve the quality of teaching ? Yes, good teaches make good students!
    • 11. References <ul><li>Crawley, C., Gilleran, A., Scimeca, S., Vuorikari, R., & Wastiau, P. (2009). Beyond School Projects, A report on eTwinning 2008-2009. Central Support Service for eTwinning (CSS), European Schoolnet. Retrieved from http://resources.eun.org/etwinning/25/EN_eTwinning_165x230_Report.pdf </li></ul><ul><li>Vuorikari, R. (2010). eTwinning Report 2010: Teachers’ professional development: an overview of current practice. European Schoolnet. Retrieved from http://desktop. etwinning .net/library/desktop/resources/5/55/955/43955/etwinning_report_teachers_professional_development_en. pdf </li></ul><ul><li>Vuorikari, R., Gilleran, A., & Scimeca, S. (2011). Growing beyond Innovators – ICT-Based School Collaboration in eTwinning. In C. D. Kloos, D. Gillet, R. M. Crespo García, F. Wild, & M. Wolpers (Eds.), Towards Ubiquitous Learning (Vol. 6964, pp. 537-542). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. http: //tellnet . eun . org/c/document_library/get_file ? p_l_id=10704 & folderId=18137 &name=DLFE-515. pdf </li></ul>

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