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eTwinning - the most exciting community for schools in Europe

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My workshop at LEND International Summer school in Sirolo, August 2016

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eTwinning - the most exciting community for schools in Europe

  1. 1. eTwinning The Most Exciting Learning Community In Europe LEND International Summer School SIROLO, 30 August 2016 Arjana Blazic @abfromz arjana.blazic@gmail.com #LENDSUMMERSCHOOL
  2. 2. What is eTwinning? The most Community for Schools in Europe ~ for students and teachers ~
  3. 3. What makes it different?
  4. 4. eTwinning Portal: the main meeting point eTwinning Live /Desktop/: personal space TwinSpace: projects Three levels
  5. 5. Main portal www.etwinning.net
  6. 6. Main portal
  7. 7. Main portal
  8. 8. Project gallery
  9. 9. Project kits
  10. 10. Main portal
  11. 11. Professional Development ONLINE ONSITE
  12. 12. ONLINE Learning events Online seminars Support groups Self-teaching materials
  13. 13. LEARNING EVENTS
  14. 14. LEARNING EVENTS
  15. 15. ONLINE SEMINARS
  16. 16. GROUPS
  17. 17. PDW Seminars Conferences ONSITE
  18. 18. Main portal
  19. 19. Support eTwinning ambassadors NSS, CSS eTwinners
  20. 20. @abfromz Peer to peer
  21. 21. Sense of Community by Vanna Kosmatou
  22. 22. Registration
  23. 23. Step 1: Pre-Registration Cannot be changed
  24. 24. Step 1: Pre-Registration
  25. 25. Step 2: Registration Find your school
  26. 26. Who are you?
  27. 27. Your Twinning Preferences
  28. 28. Review, validate, submit
  29. 29. TASKS: bit.ly/etwinregistration
  30. 30. eTwinning Portal: the main meeting point eTwinning Live /Desktop/: personal space TwinSpace: projects Three levels
  31. 31. eTwinning Live
  32. 32. Your desktop, your wall
  33. 33. Edit your profile
  34. 34. Find and Add Contacts
  35. 35. Send a contact request
  36. 36. How to find partners
  37. 37. Find our Project
  38. 38. TASKS: bit.ly/etwinlive1
  39. 39. eTwinning Portal: the main meeting point eTwinning Live /Desktop/: personal space TwinSpace: projects Three levels
  40. 40. Happy Pupils Happy Pupils
  41. 41. Collaborative Projects
  42. 42. Collaborative Projects FLEXIBILITY NO BUREAUCRACY
  43. 43. Collaborative Projects NO STRESSTWINSPACE ACCESS TO WEB TOOLS
  44. 44. 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
  45. 45. Curriculum
  46. 46. Curriculum = a source of inspiration
  47. 47. eTwinning Project =
  48. 48. Methodology
  49. 49. Peer learning Cross-cultural Authentic Teamwork
  50. 50. Development of competences Interdisciplinary approach
  51. 51. School Time
  52. 52. Assessment Formative Summative Peer assessment Self assessment Rubrics
  53. 53. Rubrics http://rubistar.4teachers.org
  54. 54. Project Impact Motivation Key competences Innovative teaching methods European dimension Confidence
  55. 55. Recognition for your work
  56. 56. Quality Label Criteria Pedagogical innovation Curricular integration Communication Collaboration Use of ICT Results and impact
  57. 57. 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
  58. 58. Examples Of Best Practice Award-winning projects
  59. 59. Friends Fur Ever Age 4-11
  60. 60. eTwinning Tourists in 5 Star Hotels Age 10-12
  61. 61. Mirror, mirror Age 14-17
  62. 62. Learn English+ MOOC Age 14-17
  63. 63. Coursera Kids Age 16-18
  64. 64. Curriculum as inspiration Adjust ideas Discuss Make clear agreements Write a project plan Life Cycle of an eTwinning Project Project Idea Partners PlanApproval Invite colleagues
  65. 65. Life Cycle of an eTwinning Project Introduction Project activities Evaluation Dissemination Recognition
  66. 66. TASKS: bit.ly/etwinprojectplanteams How old are your students? PART 1 PART 2 PEER FEEDBACK
  67. 67. Twinspace
  68. 68. Twinspace
  69. 69. Twinspace
  70. 70. eTwinning Sirolo How to create a page
  71. 71. How to add content
  72. 72. How to add content
  73. 73. Twinspace
  74. 74. Twinspace
  75. 75. Twinspace
  76. 76. Twinspace
  77. 77. Teacher Bulletin and Project Journal
  78. 78. THE END OF ONE PROJECT IS THE BEGINNING OF ANOTHER
  79. 79. TASKS: bit.ly/twinspace1
  80. 80. Questions? arjana.blazic@gmail.com Thank you! @abfromz arjana.blazic@gmail.com
  81. 81. References Crişan G. I. (2014) Integration of eTwinning projects in geography curriculum: A case study in Romania, retrieved from http://iteach.ro/pg/blog/gabriela.crisan/read/48301/integration-of-etwinning-projects-in-geography-curriculum-a- case-study-in-romania Education for Change (2013) Study of the impact of eTwinning on participating pupils, teachers and school – final report Luxembourg: Publications Of the of the European Union, retrieved from http://www2.cmepius.si/files/cmepius/userfiles/publikacije/2013/impact_study_etwinning_2013_en.pdf Evaluation Criteria for National Quality Labels (2015) Servicio Nacional de Apoyo eTwinning, Proyectos de Colaboración Escolar en Europa, Spain, retrieved from http://etwinning.es/criterios-de-evaluacion-de-sellos-de-calidad-nacional-etwinning/?lang=en Galvin C. (2009) eTwinning in the Classroom: A Showcase of good practice 2008 -2009, Central Support Service for eTwinning, Belgium Photos: Arjana Blazic and www.pixabay.com: CCO Public Domain

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