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Hamburg eTwınnıng workshop
Transcript of Hamburg eTwınnıng workshop
... is a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.
is the main community area
that you can reach:
What is eTwinning?
eTwınnıng workshop, Hamburg
03.02.2017 Çigdem bozkurt
... promotes school collaboration in Europe through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by providing support, tools and services for schools.
eTwinning also offers opportunities for free and continuing online Professional Development for educators.
• enrich learning and motivation of pupils (aged between 3 and 19) and staff
• access high quality professional development and ready-made resources
• raise standards across the whole school community
• gain recognition for your commitment through eTwinning awards and the International School Award.
Through participating in eTwinning,
our schools will be able to:
Here we can see our contacts and search for someone
Here we can see, search for, join or create an event
Here we can connect with European colleagues with similar interest by joining an eTwinning group.
Here we can see forum groups divided into eight categories,
and find partners
Here eTwinning offers online professional development at European level
For developing a certain skill or learning a new tool through Twinnings online Learning Events series.
Live video-communications sessions of one hour where you have the chance to learn, talk and discuss about several themes
Delve into international collaboration with your pupils by setting up a project with one or more schools
eTwinning projects promote collaborative learning:
Students learn from each other, interact, communicate and thus feel responsible for their own learning.
Deciding the Project Idea
What are the changes in your classroom?
How it betters?
How it integrates to everyday school
Set up a Problem Question
The task must be a real common problem
Involve students to create ownership
Key to motivation
Keep It Simple and Short
In eTwinning Live, we can search for partners using "Partner Forums"
Designing the project
Set up specific goals and tasks
The more specific, the better!
Set up goals that can be evaluated
How to collaborate for real?
What tools to use for collaboration?
Do project designing in collaboration!
has two important facts
Plan ahead, not during the project
When is the project going to run? Set deadlines
Allow time for the unexpected
Make it a part of everyday school work
Integrate project with different subjects (cross-curricular)
Involve teachers of other subjects – eTwinning team
regularly with your project teachers
Always inform, when problems occur
Set up regular meeting sessions
Involve and Inform
Don’t forget safety!
Set up conduct code and safety rules with students
Get permissions from parents
Safer Internet - www.saferinternet.org
There are 2 types of public recognition
available in eTwinning
The European eTwinning Prizes
The Quality Labels
The European eTwinning Prize Competition
The partners of a project who recieved European Quality Label can apply for
and win a European prize
The main category is sponsored by the European Commission and has three levels:
Pupils age 4-11
Pupils age 12-15
Pupils age 16-19
There are also special categories:
Spanish Language Prize
Prize sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
French Language Prize
Prize jointly sponsored by the International Federation of Teachers of French and the eTwinning National Support Service in France.
German Language Prize
Prize sponsored by the eTwinning National Support Service in Germany
Marie Skłodowska Curie Prize
Prize sponsored by the eTwinning National Support Service in Poland
Mevlana Prize for Intercultural Understanding
Sponsored by the eTwinning National Support Service of Turkey
English Language Prize
Sponsored by the British Council
Sponsored by the National Support Services of Greece-Cyprus-France-Spain-Italy-
“Peyo Yavorov” Prize
For a project that encourages a love of reading among young people
Sponsored by the National Support Service of Bulgaria
eTwinning Quality Labels
are granted to teachers with excellent eTwinning projects
National Quality Label
If you think your project deserves an extra mark of success, you can apply for it!
The project must have common goals and a shared plan
It must be finished, or in its last stages
The applying teacher must have made a significant contribution to the project
Collaboration between schools and pupils must have taken place and must be visible
Project results must be visible
Communication and exchange between partner schools
Collaboration between partner schools
Use of technology
Results, impact and documentation
European Quality Label
It is awarded by the Central Support Service.
No need to apply!
Can be proposed by at least one NSS.
When two partners already have NQL, they have EQL automatically
(for the best projects from the National QL)
ilden ile eTwinning
European Schoolnet Academy
School Education Gateway
Workshop Search Page
Let’s GO! ( Geometry & Origami)
by Tayfun ACAR
"Integrating eTwinning Projects into the Curriculum"