June 2013

Have your homework done before your summer holidays!

Before your well-deserved summer break, eTwinning invites you to take some time revisiting the sections of the eTwinning desktop to find inspiration, tools, opportunities, material and help based on the individual expertise of eTwinners to plan your steps in embarking in a collaborative project for the coming school year.

Join succesful projects and bring your bright new ideas!

We have just published a video about The Rainbow Village project, rewarded as the best eTwinning project (pupils aged 12-15) in March 2013. Stay tuned for more videos and kits of successful projects to come. You can join ongoing eTwinning collaborative projects and take the chance to add value to these projects with great individual ideas.


What’s going on in schools?

Project of the Month
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Digital Diary

A step by step project to discover and compare news at local, national and global levels. Using ICT and web tools we will consider and analyse how the media informs our lives as European citizens.

Quality Label of the Month
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Let's be artists in mathematics

After a careful analysis of pedagogical methods used by each of the partners we want to understand children's needs and difficulties in mathematics, make some special activity and develop new teaching practices. The aim of the project is to engage all the partners in the development of this innovative project and to implement the use of ICT and of the different European languages, increasing the feeling of an European citizenship.

From the eTwinning Portal


Ambassadors – Sharing a passion for eTwinning

Many eTwinning countries have seen the development of Ambassador networks – but what exactly is an eTwinning Ambassador? Put simply, an eTwinning Ambassador is someone who shares their passion for eTwinning with others.


eTwinning in the focus of the Tellnet project results

The Tellnet project studied the eTwinning network (almost 180 000 teachers in Oct 2012) through visualisation techniques, Social Network Analysis and prospective scenario building exercises. The goal was to identify the main structures, actors, networks and Communities of practice that are effective in sharing practices, encouraging innovation and creativity at schools.