Action Research in eTwinning Projects
Teachers interested to collaborate and work together with teachers all over Europe by developing eTwinning projects and have an interest in developing their practice and pedagogy through action research, regardless of the subject they teach.
In this webinar series, you will:
- Clarify the purpose and the benefits of action research
- Explore the key elements of action research in practice
- Learn how to embed the elements of action research in eTwinning projects
Independent advisor on postgraduate teacher education programmes
Network for Educational Action Research in Ireland (NEARI)
Formerly primary school teacher and school principal; action research practitioner; co-author of four books.
Public-school English teacher
Master’s degree in Teaching of English as Foreign/International Language; technology for education; pilot course alumna.
STEAM school teacher and musician
M.Ed. in School Psychology; M.A. in Science of Translation; Fulbright Scholar; CERN fellow; pilot course alumna.
This webinar series on Action Research in eTwinning projects consists of two webinars and two activities that you can complete in your own time in between the two webinars.Please find the timeline below and try to keep the following dates in mind to regulate your learning:
- Tuesday 4 October at 16:00-17:00 CEST: Webinar 1
- Tuesday 4 October after 17:00 - Friday 7 October 23:59 CEST: Activities
- Thursday 6 October at 16:00-17:00 CEST: Webinar 2
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