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Introduction to eTwinning

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Pietarsaari, Helsinki, January 2018

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Introduction to eTwinning

  1. 1. Introduction t o eTwinning Arj ana Blazic @abfromz
  2. 2. What is eTwinning? The most Community for Schools in Europe ~ for students and teachers ~
  3. 3. kahoot.it
  4. 4. What makes it different?
  5. 5. Professional Development ONLINE ONSITE
  6. 6. ONLINE Learning events Online seminars Support groups Self-teaching materials
  7. 7. LEARNING EVENTS
  8. 8. LEARNING EVENTS
  9. 9. ONLINE SEMINARS
  10. 10. GROUPS
  11. 11. GROUPS
  12. 12. PDW Seminars Conferences ONSITE
  13. 13. @abfromz Peer to peer
  14. 14. Support eTwinning ambassadors NSS, CSS eTwinners
  15. 15. Sense of Community by Vanna Kosmatou
  16. 16. Happy Pupils Happy Pupils
  17. 17. Collaborative Projects
  18. 18. Collaborative Projects FLEXIBILITY NO BUREAUCRACY
  19. 19. Collaborative Projects NO STRESSTWINSPACE ACCESS TO WEB TOOLS
  20. 20. SOURCE: Galvin C. (2009) eTwinning in the Classroom: A Showcase of good practice 2008 -2009, Central Support Service for eTwinning, Belgium Importance To Project Success
  21. 21. eTwinning Project =
  22. 22. Peer learning Cross-cultural Authentic Teamwork
  23. 23. Development of competences Interdisciplinary approach
  24. 24. School Time
  25. 25. Project Impact Motivation Key competences Innovative teaching methods European dimension Confidence
  26. 26. Recognition for your work
  27. 27. Quality Label Criteria Pedagogical innovation Curricular integration Communication Collaboration Use of ICT Results and impact
  28. 28. Recognition for your work National Quality Label - awarded by the NSS European Quality label - awarded by the CSS National eTwinning prizes European eTwinning prizes - 3 age categories and several special categories
  29. 29. eTwinning and Erasmus +
  30. 30. Life Cycle of an eTwinning Project Introduction Project activities Evaluation Dissemination Recognition
  31. 31. THE END OF ONE PROJECT IS THE BEGINNING OF ANOTHER

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