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2016 eTwinning National Awards

Hosted as part of the National conference. Note to winners: Make sure your partners also apply for Quality Labels to keep your project in the running for further awards at European level!

on 28 June 2016

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Transcript of 2016 eTwinning National Awards

eTwinning National Awards

Simply Shakespeare
Patrick Carrol, Shaw Wood Academy

La Parole aux Jeunes
David Ceiriog-Hughes, Winchester College

Math in practical life
Ian Kell, The Academy at Shotton Hall

Together we are one
Viera Matysakova, Pillgwenlly C.P. School

Values in Action
Marilyn Tinkler, Appleby Primary School

NAT: Nuestra Amiga Tierra
Ana Valverde, Brampton Primary School

All Together Now
Hilary Wheeldon, Jervoise School
Digital literacy
Ruth Sanders, Ysgol Hendre

Congratulations to all 70+ winners!

Check the list in the Main Atrium on Sunday morning and ask a member of eTwinning staff to help you collect your plaque.
Curricular integration
Patrick McShane, St Roch`s Secondary School

Tina Wright, Slated Row School

Erasmus+ Key Action 2

Quality Labels
Pupil peer learning
Christmas around Europe 2015
Child-centred teaching
Loving Laughing (Does my joke sound funny to you?)

Global outlook
My world My Classroom

Active language learning

Cristina Sanchez, James Allen's Girls' School

Erasmus+ Key Action 1
& cross curricular teaching

Erasmus+ Key Action 1
& cross curricular teaching
Collaboration in early years

Collaboration in secondary school

We are your teachers
Carmen Rodriguez,
Valley Road Primary School

Erzsi Culshaw, Burscough Village Primary School

"...Active learning and motivational challenges and activities, often child directed ..."

"...visible thinking comparison between Shakespeare and Cervantes addressed the topical 400 year anniversary issue..."

Violeta Korkucyte,
Regent's Park
Children's Centre
Deep to the roots of the world`s fairy tales..

"... excellent example of creativity, collaboration, communication and developing digital literacy within a highly motivating context..."
Diana Linford, Steeton Primary School

"...exceptionally well planned and structured cross curricular eTwinning project specifically designed to engage students but equally to support staff..."

eTwinning is sharing
"...motivating students with additional learning needs within a mainstream setting..."
"...addressed priorities for specific school improvement in digital literacy through the context of an excellent eTwinning project..."
Hannah Boydon, Mayflower Primary School
Kate Keaveny, All Saints Primary School

"...a unique project for the 'child' in all of us..."
"...The use of drama, direct video delivery and puppetry engages creativity in an enjoyable and child centred way..."
"...The project enabled youngsters to engage in environmental and citizenship issues facing us all across Europe through a mathematical context..."
"...Many new tools were shared, pedagogical development was a key feature..."
Ian Kell, The Academy at Shotton Hall
Erasmus+ Key Action 2 & STEM

Parallel Lives
Active language learning
Curricular integration
Overall Winner
Global outlook
Child-centred teaching
Digital literacy
Collaboration in early years
Pupil peer learning
Award Categories
"..."The focus is simple yet achieves it goals elegantly...
Hannah Boydon, Mayflower Primary School

"... Erasmus+ links led to a natural collaboration opportunity in the common curricula of Art, Geometry and languages..."
"...genuine challenge and real collaboration..."
Balazs Kecskemeti,
Ballysillan Primary School

"...engaging with coding, robotics, engineering with built in equality of access is very commendable..."
"...enabled critical thinking and problem solving skills to be fully integrated into the science and technology curriculum..."
Teenagers Talk

"...build student confidence, reduce feelings of marginalisation and build positive hopeful futures..."
"truly inspiring"
Collaboration in secondary school
Lorraine Oldham, King's Ely

Trails around Europe

"... many novel ideas such as travel journals and game development to engage in evaluation..."
"... empathy to terrible events in a partner country clearly demonstrates the depth of the relationships of the students..."
Twins in contact

"...direct 'live' pupil to pupil contact jointly developing spoken and written language along with digital literacy skills and true cultural immersion..."
WWI: let's Work Wisely as One

"... strong sense of community and collaboration with partners..."
" ...multi-national working groups..."
Overall Winner
The New Who do you think you are?

Highly Commended Projects
"Move over Kandinsky!"
Valentina Burley,
Tendring Technology College

Who do you think you are?
What do you know about your background and your family’s origin?
What do you know about traditions typical of the part of the world you and your family come from?
Are these traditions important to you and your family and do you still follow them?

The questions enabled the sharing of different experiences of migration comparing how similar and different we are and how we're connected.

"...innovative approaches to a very current Europe wide issue in a very intelligent, subtle and empathetic way..."
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