May 2017


eTwinning Prizes local ceremonies!

This May, the 19th, 22nd and 31st, representatives of the European Commission and eTwinning CSS and NSS services, will visit 5 different countries; Greece, Lithuania, Spain, France and the Netherlands; in order to meet and award the pupils and teachers that participated with their projects and won an eTwinning European Prize in one of the 3 age categories.

We will have the opportunity to meet the pupils, get to know their local community and find out more about how they worked and collaborated. Finally as last year pupils will have again the chance to engage and talk with their partners through a Visio-conferencing!

This May INDUCAS project and online course are launched!

INDUCAS is a pilot project funded by the European Union and run by European Schoolnet and it has two goals.

One is to investigate how new teachers can be better supported through a community of peers facing similar issues. This project phase will start in May 2017 until April 2018 and it will involve newly appointed (in their first 2 years of their career) teachers registered in eTwinning coming only from Italy, France, Sweden and Romania.

The second aim of INDUCAS is to create a network of mentors for the support of those newly appointed teachers in order to give them the best start in their careers. A new 6-week online course on “Mentoring in Schools” will start on 15th May.

If you are interested to join and get engaged please fill in this Google Form.

From the eTwinning Portal


Inclusive Education: An interview with group moderator Marijana Smolcec

eTwinning has dedicated 2017 to the theme of Inclusion, and in this spirit, we would like to introduce you our featured group on Inclusive Education.


Let us introduce you to ‘eTwinning Schools’! An interview with our pedagogical manager Anne Gilleran

What is an eTwinning School? Why now, and why should you apply? In the following conversation, Anne Gilleran will present and explain the concept of the eTwinning School.