Monthly Archive for September, 2016

eTwinning Online Training – Term 1 2016/2017

screen-shot-2016-09-30-at-13-37-59The eTwinning National Support Service is pleased to publish the schedule for online training sessions planned for the first term of the scholastic year. 2016/2017. The training, which will be held in October/November 2016, will be open to Maltese and Gozitan Educators (Teachers, Kindergarten Assistants, Learning Support Assistants and members of the Senior Management Teams in Schools) as well as educators hailing from eTwinning Plus Countries. These include Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Tunisia. Thus, these online sessions will not only provide practical and invaluable insights on the various aspects of eTwinning and Online Collaborative Projects, but they will also help Maltese participants to become acquainted with other Educators across Europe and beyond.

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eTwinning Back to School Competitions 2016

screen-shot-2016-09-27-at-13-33-28The eTwinning Portal is the in process of being re-launched at the end of September 2016. This latest update is designed to make the eTwinning experience more user friendly, intuitive and with a better interface for mobile devices. To mark the launch of the new eTwinning Portal, the eTwinning National Support Service is organising three competitions for all educators, from Kindergarten to Secondary School level.

 New Registrations Competition

Teachers registering to the eTwinning Live platform as from the 1st September – 1st November 2016 will enter into a draw with the chance to win one of three Bluetooth Wireless Speakers (according to category):

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#eTwCitizen16 – Start your Digital Citizenship project!

screen-shot-2016-09-23-at-10-37-45This year’s eTwinning Weeks, 10-27 October, will focus on ‘digital citizenship’ – how eTwinning can develop Europe’s next generation of active citizens.
#eTwCitizen16 will be about teachers setting up projects around the theme of digital citizenship – we know that you are eager to get started, but wait until 10 October to register your #eTwCitizen16 project.

More details on eTwinning Weeks will released over the coming weeks – stay tuned for updates.

Launch of new eTwinning Portal 2016

eTwinning is happy to release a redesign of the public portal. Over the summer, we have worked hard on a new website to better suit the needs of teachers.

The website has been restructured to make it more in-line with the three central tenets of eTwinning:

  • Collaboration: a greater prominence has been given to eTwinning projects
  • Community: discover what happens behind the scenes, get registered and meet your peers
  • Lifelong learning: the new website has a dedicated section on the type of professional development opportunities provided by eTwinning.

Take a look at this short video to learn more about eTwinning and the benefits offered for schools, teachers, and students alike. Contact the National Support Service on 25982177/25982150/25982805 or for more info.