Becoming an eTwinning School
More than one week
eTwinning Schools, schools which act as leaders in the eTwinning world, are great examples of how whole schools can benefit from eTwinning. They are active in promoting the eTwinning values and pedagogy, are a point of reference for their local community and represent a model for other schools.
In this course, we are focusing on the main key practices and characteristics of eTwinning schools and we discuss about how we can improve the guiding values and practices evident in the way our school operates by sharing the leadership, working together and using inclusive and innovative pedagogical practices. All these will help your school become an eTwinning school.
- Start date: Monday 25 April 2022
- End date: Wednesday 1 June 2022
- Workload: 3 - 4 hours per week (20 hours in total)
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- It is no longer possible to take part in the final activity and receive a certificate of completion
- Please note that user support for this course is no longer provided
The course is relevant for eTwinners who want to embed the eTwinning Schools mission in their school’s policies, practice and professional development. The course offers an introduction to the topic.
In this course you will:
- Understand the concept of eTwinning schools and their main characteristic;
- Set out a clear vision for becoming an eTwinning school;
- Define your school vision and translate it in an action plan to implement in your school.
This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.
- Getting Started
- Module 1: What is an eTwinning School?
- Module 2: Shared Leadership & Teamwork
- Module 3: Inclusion & Innovation in Pedagogy
- Module 4: Becoming an eTwinning School