Monthly Archive for April, 2014

First eTwinning Webinar for Maltese Teachers – Learn More About the eTwinning Action

Would you like to learn more about the eTwinning Action, whilst sitting comfortably in your own home, at your own pace ? Join us at the first eTwinning Webinar for Maltese Teachers, run by our team of eTwinning Ambassadors. Letter Circular DeL 12/14 has already reached the schools – ask for the school officials to forward it if you still have not received it.

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eZine: Term 2 2013-2014, Issue 14

Read a recap of our eTwinning Activities for the second term of the scholastic year by clicking on this link:

Term 2 – 2014

April Update on eTwinning Plus – Registering a Project with an eTwinning Plus Country

In March of 2014, the Maltese eTwinning National Support Service has launched a special competition to encourage Maltese teachers to register projects with eTwinning Plus Countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Tunisia and Ukraine.  A total of 12 projects have been registered so far with eTwinning Plus Countries, with some of the projects having partners from all 6 countries. Teachers and students who added teachers for eTwinning Plus Countries will receive eTwinning Tokens and all participating teachers will be eligible to participate in a draw to win 1 of 3 eTwinning Digital Packs consisting of: 1 USB Wireless Mouse (Aigo), 1 set of Laptop USB Speakers (Eastern), 1 Webcam 1.3MP (Logitech) and 1 USB Desk and Hand Microphone (Speedlink). Below find a list of projects registered so far. More information on the competition can be found on the competition page.

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The eTwinning European Awards – Collection of Videos and Pictures from the event

The eTwinning European Awards took place in Brussels on Tuesday 8th of April 2014. Hundreds of students, together with their teachers, attended the event. Malta also registered a winning project thanks to Ms. Nathalie Scerri and Ms. Marisa Grima of St. Theresa College, Mriehel Girls’ Secondary, with their project ‘Health4Life’. The project placed first in the 12-15 Years age category.  Both teachers, together with a group of students who participated in the project, were invited to attend the ceremony as well as participate in the eTwinning Camp 2014 – A series of activities and workshops to celebrate the winning projects.

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