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Introduction to e twinning budapest pdw sep 12

  1. 1. An Introduction to eTwinningPDW Budapest 27th to 29th September 2012Michael O’Donnabhain – Web Editor and Networking OfficereTwinning Central Support Service
  2. 2. Nice to Michael O’Donnabhain meet you ! eTwinning Central Support Service (Brussels) JuneNational 2012SupportService (NSS) English Language teacherUK (2007- (1999-2007) Slovakia, France, Ukraine,2012) Uzbekistan, Thailand, Russia
  3. 3. What is eTwinning?
  4. 4. Launched January 2005 A Lifelong Learning Programme initiative - within the Comenius action2005-2008 Phase 12008-2013 Phase 2
  5. 5. What happened in 2005 or…. The Internet context Web 1.0 v Web 2.0
  6. 6. eTwinning 1.0 (2005) Launched to encourage school collaboration in Europe Designed to find partners; create, manage and run school projects
  7. 7. Within two years……….. February 2004 April 2006 January 2005 February 2004. October 2006February 2005 2006 2005/06
  8. 8. Web 2.0: Interactive & creative internetProvided us with the possibility to: - interact - publish - create - comment - communicate
  9. 9. Between 2005/08eTwinning had alsoevolved eTwinningCritical Mass Projects Informal ComeniusCommunications and collaboration Partnershipsnetworking beyond Projects Peer learningSharing and exchanging Sharing of resources & ideasTime for eTwinning 2.0 Community building
  10. 10. eTwinning in numbersFirst 7 years of eTwinning• 34 countries participate• 173,000+ registered teachers• 23,000+ projects• More than 2 million visitors• Since September 2011
  11. 11. eTwinning continues to adaptSeptember 2012A new look forwww.etwinning.net
  12. 12. eTwinning continues to adaptSeptember 2012A new look forthe TwinSpace
  13. 13. eTwinning continues to expand Ukraine Moldova Georgia Armenia Azerbaijan Tunisia
  14. 14. Our European Cultural Heritage Nemzeti Színház Hungarian National Theatre „a nemzet csalogánya”“Nightingale of the Nation” Lujza Blaha (1850-1926)
  15. 15. Enjoy the workshops My contact email michael.odonnabhain@eun.orgOr follow us on Twitter @eTwinning_CSS

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