The eTwinning
webinar ‘Step 2:
Starting your
eTwinning project’ will
begin at 16:30
In this webinar you will
find out how ...
Step 2: Starting your
eTwinning project
Isabel Brennan
British Council: Belfast
Working with British Council since 2008 and
enjoying watching Wimbeldon – when I c...
Nice to meet you
An Introduction
to the
eTwinning
team
Sandra Underwood
eTwinning Ambassador (North West)
Fitness & Music
The BasicsThe Basics
oUse the Chat facility
oVote
oUse the non-verbal communication
tools
oRaising your hand
When you sign in you will see your own
name, as well as the names of the
moderator and the other webinar
participants
This is the chat facility where you can
ask questions and talk to other
participants
Write your message in the text box an...
Task 1
Use the Chat function to introduce yourself.
“Hi, my name is XX I teach at XXX school…”
Click the green tick for yes or the red cross for no
Task 2
Use the green tick or red cross to answer this
question
Is this your first webinar?
 Yes
x No
Task 2 Use the vote function to answer our poll…
What type of school do you work
in?
A. Nursery/Infant
B. Primary
C. Secon...
Use non-verbal tools to help us gauge how things are
going.
Hovering your mouse over the button will give you a
descriptio...
Task 2
If want to find out more about how to start
eTwinning…give us a smiley face!!
If you have a question you can raise
your hand to get our attention.
Step 2: Starting your eTwinning
project
Part 1: Process, Content and Approval
Part 2: Project Kit Inspiration!
Part 3: Pro...
Step 2: Part 1
Process, Content, Approval
Question 1
Have you identified a partner
school that you are going to
work with?
 Yes
x No
Question 2
Is your partner in your
eTwinning ‘Contacts List’?
 Yes
x No
Question 3
Have you agreed what kind of
project you are going to
work on together?
 Yes
x No
Question 4
Have you planned your
project with your partner(s)
yet?
 Yes
x No
Any questions?
.
Recap
Step 2:
Part 1
4. Does my project “go live”
straight away?
5. Will my partner be
automatically e-mailed when
the pro...
Step 2:
Part 2
Project Kit Inspiration!
Recap
Step 2:
Part 1 &
Part 2
1. Do you need to think about the end of
the project when you are registering it?
2. Can you...
Any questions?
.
Part 3:
Project management &
recognition
Quality Labels – Project
Requirements
1. The project must have common
goals and a shared plan.
2. It must be finished or i...
Quality Labels – Criteria
The Criteria Indicators of a good project
Pedagogical Innovation
and Creativity
Creativity: Peda...
Quality Labels
Any questions?
.
Step 2:
Part 3
1. Can a project ‘Member’ add
new people and edit the
project?
2. Do eTwinning projects carry
on forever on...
Step three: Using your Twinspace
The Twinspace is the heart of your eTwinning project. It is a safe and secure
online spac...
Evaluation Form
https://etwinning.wufoo.eu/forms/etwinning-w
Any final questions?
.
Twitter #etwinninguk
Blog http://etwinninguk.typepad.com/
Email etwinning@britishcouncil.org
Web www.britishcouncil.org/et...
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project

883 views

Published on

Presentation used for eTwinning webinar. Step 2 Starting your eTwinning Project

Published in: Education, Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

Step 2 Starting Your eTwinning Project

  1. 1. The eTwinning webinar ‘Step 2: Starting your eTwinning project’ will begin at 16:30 In this webinar you will find out how to start, register and even be awarded for your eTwinning project.
  2. 2. Step 2: Starting your eTwinning project
  3. 3. Isabel Brennan British Council: Belfast Working with British Council since 2008 and enjoying watching Wimbeldon – when I can Nice to meet you An Introduction to the eTwinning team
  4. 4. Nice to meet you An Introduction to the eTwinning team Sandra Underwood eTwinning Ambassador (North West) Fitness & Music
  5. 5. The BasicsThe Basics oUse the Chat facility oVote oUse the non-verbal communication tools oRaising your hand
  6. 6. When you sign in you will see your own name, as well as the names of the moderator and the other webinar participants
  7. 7. This is the chat facility where you can ask questions and talk to other participants Write your message in the text box and hit enter Choose who you want to write a message to
  8. 8. Task 1 Use the Chat function to introduce yourself. “Hi, my name is XX I teach at XXX school…”
  9. 9. Click the green tick for yes or the red cross for no
  10. 10. Task 2 Use the green tick or red cross to answer this question Is this your first webinar?  Yes x No
  11. 11. Task 2 Use the vote function to answer our poll… What type of school do you work in? A. Nursery/Infant B. Primary C. Secondary/FE D. SEN or other (please tell us)
  12. 12. Use non-verbal tools to help us gauge how things are going. Hovering your mouse over the button will give you a description of what it means.
  13. 13. Task 2 If want to find out more about how to start eTwinning…give us a smiley face!!
  14. 14. If you have a question you can raise your hand to get our attention.
  15. 15. Step 2: Starting your eTwinning project Part 1: Process, Content and Approval Part 2: Project Kit Inspiration! Part 3: Project management & recognition
  16. 16. Step 2: Part 1 Process, Content, Approval
  17. 17. Question 1 Have you identified a partner school that you are going to work with?  Yes x No
  18. 18. Question 2 Is your partner in your eTwinning ‘Contacts List’?  Yes x No
  19. 19. Question 3 Have you agreed what kind of project you are going to work on together?  Yes x No
  20. 20. Question 4 Have you planned your project with your partner(s) yet?  Yes x No
  21. 21. Any questions? .
  22. 22. Recap Step 2: Part 1 4. Does my project “go live” straight away? 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 project?
  23. 23. Step 2: Part 2 Project Kit Inspiration!
  24. 24. Recap Step 2: Part 1 & Part 2 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 project kits? A B C D
  25. 25. Any questions? .
  26. 26. Part 3: Project management & recognition
  27. 27. Quality Labels – Project Requirements 1. The project must have common goals and a shared plan. 2. It must be finished or in its last stages. 3. The applying teacher must have made significant contributions to the project. 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.
  28. 28. Quality Labels – Criteria The Criteria Indicators of a good project Pedagogical Innovation and Creativity 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 and goals. Sustainability and Transferability 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 practice. Results and Benefits The extent of effects of the project results, including dissemination outside the school. Educational and pedagogical relevance of results and benefits.
  29. 29. Quality Labels
  30. 30. Any questions? .
  31. 31. Step 2: Part 3 1. Can a project ‘Member’ add new people and edit the project? 2. Do eTwinning projects carry on forever on the eTwinning Desktop? 3. Final question???
  32. 32. 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 Where: Online Contact: etwinning@britishcouncil.org
  33. 33. Evaluation Form https://etwinning.wufoo.eu/forms/etwinning-w
  34. 34. Any final questions? .
  35. 35. Twitter #etwinninguk Blog http://etwinninguk.typepad.com/ Email etwinning@britishcouncil.org Web www.britishcouncil.org/etwinning Thank you!

×