October 2015

eTwinning Weeks: Follow me!

Are you new in eTwinning? Did you register some time ago, but still didn’t manage to find your way? The eTwinning Weeks campaign helps you to get started! Until next 12 October, you will have the possibility to find testimonials from ambassadors giving you valuable tips, browse through sample projects and learn more about the new features of the newly launched eTwinning Live.

To access the eTwinning Weeks campaign, simply go to eTwinning Live. Follow us and start your eTwinning journey easily!

Celebrating 10 years of active citizenship with eTwinning

This year’s annual conference, which will take place in Brussels from 22 to 24 October, will bring together more than 500 teachers from across Europe, recognised for the quality of their work in eTwinning projects. In the framework of eTwinning’s 10th anniversary, they will explore how eTwinning has contributed to changing education in Europe in the past decade.

They will also learn more on how to teach active citizenship and civic competences with the two keynote speakers, David Kerr and Raffaele Salinari, and different panel discussions, networking activities and over 50 workshops. Keep posted on the eTwinning portal, our mini website and eTwinning Social Media accounts (#eTconf15).

What’s going on in schools?

Project of the Month
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European Vidtionary

European Vidtionary is a project focused on learning the languages ​​of the different participating countries. With this project students show to other partners vocabulary or expressions in their native language using video and teaching the words and expressions through real situations, all according to the determined topics.


Quality Label of the Month
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Tell me why! TMW

For ages, the scientific knowledge has increased thanks to the curiosity of scientists, who asked themselves important questions and tried to answer them. In TMW project, we will try to answer the questions that our European partners or ourselves have asked, by means of ICT resources. The aim of TMW project is to generate thinking among us and, meanwhile, make us more familiar and confident with English language.

From the eTwinning Portal

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eTwinning goes... Live!

Five years after the last major update, eTwinning launches a new, exciting tool to network teachers across the continent.


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Save the date: EU Code Week 10-18 October 2015

The third edition of EU Code Week will take place 10-18 October 2015. During this week, millions of children, young adults, adults, parents, teachers, entrepreneurs and policymakers will again come together in events and classrooms across Europe to learn to create with code.