April 2014

Follow eTwinning on social media now!

eTwinning has just launched its official European profile on the main social media networks; Facebook, Twitter (@eTwinningEurope), Google + and YouTube. You can use now our social media accounts to keep up-to-date with the main events taking place within eTwinning. These are in addition to the traditional channels; our newsletter, portal and desktop.

More than 2200 eTwinners like us already on Facebook! Don’t be the last one to know about the eTwinning latest news, follow us on social media!

Participate in the Prizes awards via streaming and Twitter

There are only a few days to go before the eTwinning Prizes event starts on 7 April in Brussels. The winners are already packing their suitcases and getting ready for three days full of activities. They will visit a selection of museums and the European Parliament. Teachers and students will attend workshops and there will even be a talent show. For further information, please check out the event blog here.

The awards ceremony, which will take place on Tuesday 8 April at 18:15 CEST (Brussels time), will be streamed live. The best eTwinning Project 2014, chosen by a European Jury among the winners from all categories, will be unveiled only and exclusively during the ceremony. Please don’t forget that you can tweet during the whole event using the following hashtag: #eTwPrizes14.

What’s going on in schools?

Project of the Month
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The most expensive word for it - Mom

Mother’s Day is one of the most beautiful celebrations, full of flowers and warm wishes. In this project pupils will share information on how they spend Mother’s Day in their countries. They will learn to value other people’s culture. They will compare cultural features of various European countries. They will know their partner’s country and prepare a presentation about themselves and their school. While doing it they will use different ICT tools.

Quality Label of the Month
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On a quest with long-forgotten heroes!

It's a year project which takes kids in a short trip back in time to (re)discover a cartoon hero from the past. The character will be the guide through various activities and tasks children will have to complete in English.

From the eTwinning Portal


eTwinning launches its new eTwinning multimedia eBook

The eTwinning Central Support Service has just released its latest publication: the eTwinning eBook, now available in English and translated in 23 languages! In the past we have done every year a paper publication of book, but this year we decided to try something different.


European Prizes: Winners 2014

We are pleased to announce the winners of this year's eTwinning Prizes 2014 competition.