eTwinning National Awards – The Winners of 2013!

On Tuesday the 26th of November, the eTwinning National Support Service, in collaboration with the eLearning Centre – EMBED Awards – held the eTwinning National Awards covering the scholastic year 2012-2013. During the awards ceremony, the eTwinning National Support Service Staff presented certificates to the following teachers:

  • Participants of the Learning Event – eTwinning in the Classroom, presented by eTwinning Ambassador Ms. Marianne Schembri;
  • Winners of National Quality Labels;
  • Winners of European Quality Labels;
  • Winners and runners up of the eTwinning Awards – New eTwinners Catogory;
  • Winners and runners up of the eTwinning Awards – Seasoned eTwinners Category.

Read on to learn more about the Winners of this years’ edition !

Winners of the eTwinning Awards 2013 – Category: NEW ETWINNERS

Primary – Runner-up

Ms. Elaine Aquilina – St. Ignatius College, Luqa Primary

Primary – Winner

Ms. Tanya Farrugia – Mater Dei Classes

Secondary – Runner-up

Mr. Tony Mizzi – St. Ignatius College, Handaq Girls’ Secondary

Secondary – Winners

Ms. Joanie Xiberass and Ms. Ramona Mercieca – Gozo College, Victoria Girls’ Secondary

Winners of the eTwinning Awards 2013 – Category: ETWINNERS WHO HAVE BEEN PARTICIPATING IN PROJECTS FOR 2+ YEARS

Primary – Runner-up

Ms. Michelle Saliba, St. Clare College, Gzira Primary School

Primary – Winner

Ms. Claudine Chircop, St. Ignatius College, Siggiewi Primary School

Secondary – Runner-up

Ms. Alexia Baldacchino, St. Theresa College, St. Venera Boys’ Secondary

Secondary – Winner

Mr. Mario Xerri, Gozo College, Victoria Girls’ Secondary.

Well done to all participants :) Photos will be uploaded soon :)

1 Responses to “eTwinning National Awards – The Winners of 2013!”

  • Since the start of my eTwinning journey I’ve benefitted a lot: made new friends and networked across Europe, acquired new or improved ICT skills, projects had a positive impact on pupils’ skills or motivation to learn and I’ve acquired a sense of involvement in an international teaching community. I thank you for the constant support and encouragement throughout! :)

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