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Malta Awarded 24 eTwinning European Quality Labels

Malta has been awarded 24 eTwinning European Quality Labels for the teachers’ outstanding work in eTwinning Projects during the past scholastic year.  After two or more partners have been awarded the eTwinning National Quality Label, the project is automatically assigned a European Quality label from the Central Support Services.

The teachers who this year have received a European Quality Label are:

 

Teacher’s Name

School

Project

Miriam Schembri St. Thomas More College, Fgura Primary A Mouse @rt
Kristina Catania Maria Regina College, Mosta Primary A Healthy School
Alison Zammit Endrich San Anton School, Mgarr Birds and Butterflies Exhibition
Josephine Ebejer Grech St. Ignatius College,   Girls’ Junior Lyceum,

  Blata il-Bajda

Caustic
Josephine Ebejer Grech St. Ignatius College,  Girls’ Junior Lyceum, 

 Blata il-Bajda

Me Tarzan you Jane
Josephine Ebejer Grech St. Ignatius College,  Girls’ Junior Lyceum,

 Blata il-Bajda

Living in Harmony with Nature
Josephine Ebejer Grech St. Ignatius College,Girls’ Junior Lyceum,

  Blata il-Bajda

2011, International Year of Forests
Maria Antoinette Magro St. Gorg Preca College, Ħamrun Primary GP What’s the Weather like today?
Maria Antoinette Magro St. Gorg Preca College,Ħamrun Primary GP Faces
Bryndis Ellul St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary C A Healthy Mind…Healthy Body
Marcelle Mercieca St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary C Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies
Patricia Bondin St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary C Happy Minds Strong Bodies
Janet Mifsud St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary C Happy Minds Strong Bodies
Romina Bianco St. Thomas More College, Marsascala Primary C A Healthy Mind…Healthy Body
Michelle Cauchi St. Clare College, Gzira Primary C A Train Load of Celebrations!
Diane Tonna St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A Dancing Our Way Through Tradition
Susanne Fagerbakke St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A Building the Cultural Bridge of Friendship
Marouska Azzopardi Duca St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A Intercultural Dialogue Through Fairytales, Drama and Art
Natalie Scerri St. Theresa College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum Mriehel Let’s Make the Best out of Nature !!
Romina Briffa St. Theresa College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum Mriehel Let’s Make the Best out of Nature !!
Mario Xerri Gozo College,Victoria Girls’ Secondary Eurobots
Mario Xerri Gozo College,Victoria Girls’ Secondary Robotics
Saviour Tabone Gozo College,Xewkija Primary C Eratosthenes Measurements 2012
Saviour Tabone Gozo College, Xewkija Primary C Our Green Planet
   
     

Heartfelt congratulations from the eTwinning National Support Service! Well done Malta :)

31 eTwinning Quality Labels awarded this year!

The eTwinning National Support Service have just gone through an evaluation period of those eTwinning projects that applied for their National Quality Label by the 15th April 2011.

This certificate was awarded to the following projects:

  • 2011, International Year of Forests by Josephine Ebejer Grech, St. Ignatius College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum, Blata l-Bajda
  • A Healthy Mind… A Healthy Body by Bryndis Ellul, St. Thomas More College, M’Skala Primary
  • A Healthy Mind… A Healthy Body by Romina Bianco, St. Thomas More College, M’Skala Primary
  • A Train Load of Celebrations! by Michelle Cauchi, St. Clare College, Gzira Primary
  • Art through Art by Alexia Baldacchino, St. Theresa College, Boys Secondary, Santa Venera
  • Birds and Butterflies Exhibition by Alison Zammit Endrich, San Anton School
  • Bounding with Nature by Marika Vella Montebello, St. Margaret College, Zabbar Primary A
  • Building the Cultural Bridge of Friendship by Susanne Fagerbakke, St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A
  • Caustic by Josephine Ebejer Grech, St. Ignatius College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum, Blata l-Bajda
  • Culture Swapping across Europe by Sandra Dwah, St. Clare’s College, St. Julian’s Primary
  • Dancing Our Way through Tradition by Diane Tonna, St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A
  • Eratosthenes Measurements 2010 by Saviour Tabone, Gozo College, Xewkija Primary
  • Euro Calendar by Anna Vassallo, St. Nicholas College, Bahrija Primary
  • EUROBOTS by Mario Xerri, Gozo College, Girls’ Secondary School
  • Faces by Maria Antoinette Magro, San Gorg Preca College, Hamrun GP Primary
  • From the Nursery of Salzburg to the Royal Theatre of Vienna by Maria Antoinette Magro, San Gorg Preca College, Hamrun GP Primary
  • Happy Minds Strong Bodies by Patricia Bondin & Janet Mifsud, St. Thomas More College, M’Skala Primary
  • Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies by Marcelle Mercieca, St. Thomas More College, M’Skala Primary
  • Imagination through Stories by Michelle Cauchi, St. Clare College, Gzira Primary
  • Intercultural Dialogue through Fairy Tales, Drama and Art by Marouska Azzopardi Duca, St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary B
  • Let’s Make the Best out of Nature by Nathalie Scerri and Romina Briffa, St. Theresa College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum, Mriehel
  • Little Painters by Michelle Cauchi, St. Clare College, Gzira Primary School
  • Living in Harmony with Nature by Josephine Ebejer Grech, St. Ignatius College, Girls’ Junior Lyceum, Blata l-Bajda
  • My Place, Your Place by Doreen Agius, San Gorg Preca College, Paola Primary B
  • Our Green Christmas by Romina Hollier, San Gorg Preca College, Paola Primary B
  • Our Green Planet by Saviour Tabone, Gozo College, Xewkija Primary
  • Re: Healthy Lifestyle by Nadia Formosa, St. Clare College, San Gwann Primary A
  • Ready, Set, Shape! by Veronica Debono, St. Ignatius College, Zebbug Primary
  • Welcome to My World by Joseph Saccasan, San Gorg Preca College, Paola Primary B
  • What’s the Weather like today? by Maria Antoinette Magro, San Gorg Preca College, Hamrun GP Primary
  • Who Tells a Story by Maria Antoinette Magro, San Gorg Preca College, Hamrun GP Primary

All these projects are now in the run for this year’s eTwinning National Awards which will be awarded during a cermony on the 13th of May.

eTwinning National Conference & Awards 2011

This year’s eTwinning National Conference will take place during May, in collaboration with EMBED 2011. There will be an exhibition of all the eTwinning projects and other ICT related projects created by teachers and students from all over Malta and Gozo. During the exhibition week there will also be pupils’ workshops where they will use various software and innovative technologies. The conference will culminate in an award giving ceremony for the best projects. eTwinning will also be awarding the best eTwinning projects for the scholastic year 2010-2011 in Primary and in Secondary schools.

Teachers participating in eTwinning projects during this scholastic year are being invited to apply for the National Quality Label. Once this label is granted, the project will automatically participate in the eTwinning National Awards.

How to apply for the Quality Label:

1) Organize your project TwinSpace: make sure that all the project resources are uploaded and/or well documented on your project TwinSpace. (Preference will be given to projects using the eTwinning tools provided on the TwinSpace. If you use any other website or blog, you can at least link to them on your TwinSpace.)

2) Apply for the Quality Label: go to the Projects tab and click on the Apply for Quality Label link. Fill in all the details and submit.

Evaluation Criteria:

1) Pedagogical Innovation and Creativity – how your project displays an innovative approach toteaching and learning

2) Curricular Integration – how the project integrates into the curriculum

3) Collaboration between partner schools – how the project was planned between the partner teachers; what the role of each partner in the project was; and the collaboration between pupils in the project

4) Creative use of ICT – what tools and devices were used to make the project creative

5) Sustainability and Transferability – how the project could be expanded upon; how it could be used as a template for others

6) Results and Benefits – what the outcomes of the project were; and the benefits to the participants and their schools

 

Teachers who wish their project/s to be part of the eTwinning National Awards must apply for the Quality Label by not later than 15th April. All applications will be evaluated within a fortnight from closing date. All those projects awarded the Quality Label by end of April 2011 will be eligible for the National Awards.

For more information or queries kindly contact the eTwinning National Support Service on etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt or on 2598 2150.

eTwinning Quality Label 2010 – Apply today!

national_quality_label_logo_newThe closing date to apply for this year’s National Quality Label in Malta is next Friday, 16th April. Hurry up – apply today!

Projects acquiring the Quality Label will be automatically eligible to participate in this year’s Best eTwinning Project Awards Competition. During the eTwinning National Conference taking place together with EMBED 2010 on the 21st May 2010, there will be the award cermony and the official presentation of the Quality Label certificates.

How to apply:
Go to My Projects within your eTwinning profile and click on the Apply for Quality Label link of your project to fill in the application form. Submit the form for evaluation. All Quality Label applications submitted by the 16th April will be evaluated by the end of April.

For further information contact the National Support Service on 25982150/79002150 or etwinning@schoolnet.gov.mt.

Apply for the eTwinning National Quality Label today!

national_quality_label_logo_newWith reference to the Circular CMeLD 45/2010, the eTwinning National Support Service would like to draw the attention to all those who have ongoing eTwinning collaborative projects with partners from Europe that they need to apply for the eTwinning National Quality Label to be eligible to take part in the National Awards competition. The deadline to submit your application for the National Quality Label in order to participate in this year’s National Awards is the 16th April 2010. Only projects granted the National Quality Label during this scholastic year are eligible to take part in the National Awards 2010 competition. For more information about the Quality Label read more here.

The eTwinning National Quality Label

national_quality_label_logo_newThe eTwinning National Quality Label is a certificate granted to teachers with excellent eTwinning projects. This certificate indicates that the project has reached a certain national standard. Your project will be marked with the Quality Label logo so that anyone viewing it will know that this is a quality project. 

Why should you apply for this label?

  1. The National Quality Label is a concrete recognition to teachers of high level of eTwinning activities. It also shows that the teacher has a commitment to quality and the ability to work collaboratively.
  2. This certificate will automatically give you the opportunity in taking part in the Annual eTwinning National Awards competition where the best collaborative projects will be awarded.
  3. Having this label will entitle you to be invited for the eTwinning National Awards ceremony for the presentation of a printed version of this certificate.
  4. If both you and your project partner are granted the National Quality Label, then you will also be granted the European Quality Label which entitles you to participate in the European Awards.

What are the criteria to be granted this label?

  1. Pedagogical Innovation and Creativity: Show how your project displays an innovative approach to teaching and learning and the creative ways you used to carry out the activities related to the project and to create the final product.
  2. Curricular Integration: Show how the project is integrated into the curriculum and which of its aspects it tackles.
  3. Collaboration between partner schools: Show how the project was planned between the partner teachers and the role of each partner. Show what kind of collaboration there was between the pupils taking part of the project.
  4. Creative use of ICT: State which tools and devices were used in the project and how they were significant for the accomplishment of the project results.
  5. Sustainability and Transferability: Show how the project could be expanded upon and how it could be used as a template for others to reproduce a similar project.
  6. Results and Benefits: Show what the outcomes of the project were and what the benefits were for the participants and their schools.
    How can you apply for this label?

In the section My Projects on your eTwinning profile, you will find a link “Apply for Quality Label” in the middle column of your project. Click on the link and fill in the details requested. Once you submit the form, a copy will be sent to the Malta National Support Service for evaluation. You will be notified once you are granted this label or contacted if any of the criteria mentioned above have not been met.