eTwinning National Conference and Awards – Weekend Activities

On the weekend of the 23-24 November 2013, the         EMBED – Technology in Education exhibition was open to the general public from 9am-4pm (Saturday and Sunday) at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta. The eTwinning Stand was also open and NSS members held activities for both students and teachers on a variety of iPad apps, together with information sessions for teachers interested in registering or joining eTwinning. eTwinnining teachers who had called for assistance at the eTwinning office during the week were also encouraged to visit the eTwinning stand at the weekend so that the eTwinning Support Staff would be able to help them out.


Kodable introduces programming logic in a fun way. Learning to think like a programmer is the most fundamental part of a programming education. The fun game design makes it simple for kids to pick up these critical problem solving skills. The game is available both online, and also as apps for iPads and tablets.

Tiny Tap

TinyTap is the best way to create personal games for kids on the iPad. It allows anyone from toddlers to their grandparents to play and create simple educational games, by using their own photos and recording questions. TinyTap makes playing and learning engaging and personal. Free on the App Store.


Instagram is an online photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures and videos, apply digital filters to them, and share them on a variety of social networking services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.

1 Responses to “eTwinning National Conference and Awards – Weekend Activities”

  • Following the posts on entwinning facebook page, my daughter and I could download the apps and try them out! Some are great for problem solving skills and teaching directions, others kindle creativity.


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