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Kids’ Art – All Grown up

This is the conclusion activity for a local eTwinning project between St.Thomas More Marsascala Primary school and Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School, Naxxar. A Kinder 2 class taught by Ms Romina Baldacchino and 1st year art students at Higher taught by Ms Alexia Baldacchino produced a collaborative work and will be exhibited at the Education Department. It will be open for the public till 21st July from 9am till 1pm.

July Exhibition

eTwinning Training Abroad for Secondary School Teachers (Middle and Senior) – April 2016

Screen Shot 2016-03-01 at 11.05.24The eTwinning National Support Service is pleased to announce that it will be participating in two International Seminars focusing on Digital Literacy and Online Collaborative Tools. The training sessions will be held con-currently but in different countries, and are open to secondary school teachers across different subject areas.  This call was published on DeL Letter Circular 12-2016, Application to Attend eTwinning Training Abroad.

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Invitation for Maltese Teachers to attend eTwinning Seminar in Poiters

Screen Shot 2016-02-15 at 12.38.19The eTwinning National Support Service is pleased to announce that it will be participating in the Professional Development Workshop on Digital Media and Education which will be held in Poitiers, France from the 1-3 April 2016. The seminar will focus on how to integrate Digital Media and Communication Technologies in the 21st Century Classroom.

Information about the Seminar

Seminar attendees will be able to participate in various workshops, including Presentation of eTwinning Projects on Digital Media, Web We Want, eSafety and reliability of Internet content, as well as data protection issues. Workshops will take place in parallel session so participants will be able to attend different sessions according to their areas of interest.

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Invitation for Secondary School Teachers to attend eTwinning Seminar in Latvia

Screen Shot 2016-02-02 at 09.39.49The eTwinning National Support Service is pleased to announce that it will be participating in face-to-face seminar on Active Citizenship which will be held in Riga, Latvia, from the 17-20 March 2016. The seminar will focus on how pupils can become Active Citizens within their schools and communities. Three participants will be sponsored from Malta. Read on to find out how you can apply for participation in this seminar!

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eTwinning Project of the Month – We Learn For Life

We Learn For Life

By Ms. Claudine Chircop, Year 4.2 Parrots

St. Ignatius College, Siggiewi Primary School

‘We Learn For Life’ is an action-learning based project. It involves the creation of an environment for learning with curiosity. It also encourages our kids to love learning. The children became active citizens – caring for the social and environmental landscape of their community.

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eTwinning Project of the Month – Pedalando

Mr. Tony Mizzi
St. Ignatius College
Girls’ Secondary School

As soon as it was announcement that etwinning was launching the possibility of creating an etwinning project with schools from the same country, I saw it as a possibility to promote etwinning in Malta, in general and for the teaching of Italian, in particular. Subsequently, a Form 1 class from St.Ignatius College Secondary School and from St.Gorg Preca College, Middle School embarked in this project. The title selected for this project was Pedalando: Il giro d’Italia fra le regione italiane. Continue reading ‘eTwinning Project of the Month – Pedalando’

eTwinning Project of the Month: Europe, So Many Faces!

Europe, So Many Faces

By Ms. Marouska Azzopardi Duca – St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary B

Our class 6.3 of San Gwann Primary B, St. Clare College, took part in an eTwinning Project called “Europe: So Many Faces”. It was a perfect name because it involved 35 European countries and their various traditions.

The project started with an introduction video created by all partners. A number of students in our class had fun going around filming and commenting about the school. The next step was to choose five places that tourists would want to visit in our country. We had to illustrate them and present them as a PowerPoint and as a video.  We chose: the Megalithic Temples; St. John’s Co-Cathedral; Verdala Palace; Dwejra and Fort St. Angelo.

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