Tag Archive for 'eTwinning Projects'

#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.

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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More eTwinning Project Ideas from the Forum!

The Forum in the FIND ETWINNERS section provides a wealth of project ideas posted by eTwinners from all over Europe. And summertime is the best period of the year to make new friends and start planning for the new scholastic year. Below find a small selection of the posts from the second week of July.You can contact the eTwinners below by looking them up in the Find eTwinners section, and adding them as eTwinning Contacts.

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Poll Shows Enthusiasm for eTwinning Plus

During the months of March and April, we surveyed more than 2,000 teachers on eTwinning to find out about their interest in working with the new eTwinning Plus countries.

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eTwinning Project Ideas for the Summer – Secondary Schools

Our previous blog post described some eTwinning project ideas for the Primary Schools. In this post you will find some additional ideas, this time, for Secondary Schools and pupils. All our posts are excerpts form the FIND ETWINNERS section on the eTwinning Desktop, where eTwinners from all over Europe post their ideas on the FORUMS.

Read on to find out our selection of project ideas for the day!


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eTwinning for Secondary Schools: Polish Teacher looking for Maltese Project Partner

Ms. Anna Spala, of  John Kochanowskiego Secondary School nr 1 in Koluszki, Poland, is looking for a Maltese partner for her project, Meet Us and Our School. This project will focus on the students’ life, both at school and also their activities after school. The Polish students involved in the project are 14 years old, and the project will run from October 2011 till May 2012.  During this project, students will be working on various ICT tools, such as blogs, emails, multimedia presentations, photos and short films.

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Maltese Teachers Place First and Second in the eTwinning Project Snapshot of Europe

Two teachers from Malta who took part in the eTwinning Project Snapshot of Europe, placed first and second respectively thanks to the photos that were taken by the students in their class.  The winners are the Year 4 students of  Ms. Maria Antioinette Magro from St. Gorg Preca College, Hamrun Primary GP and the Year 3 students of of Ms. Catherine Bezzina from St. Ignatius College, Siggiewi Primary C.

Snapshot of Europe is now in its second year, and features one or more partners from each country (current the number of partners stands at 48).  Students from each class are encouraged to take photos in each of the following categories:  People, Sports, Nature and Places.  The photos are then uploaded onto the project’s TwinSpace.  At the end of the scholastic year, an online video-conference using FlashMeeting takes place, where each country votes for their favourite photos.  Results are uploaded on the project’s blog – http://snapshotofeurope2011.blogspot.com/.  Hamrum Primary GP won in the Places Category, while Siggiewi Primary C won in the Sports Category.  The results were filmed by Mr. Michael Purves’ class of Yester Primary School in Scotland, who not only is one of the founders of the project but is also an eTwinning Ambassadors for the UK.  You can watch the video by clicking on this link: http://vimeo.com/24506092.