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My etwinning life

Posted by Maria on April 2, 2010


I have been registered to eTwinning portal since last autumn and I find it a much-promising experience. Apart from getting informed on current eTwinning partnerships, I had the opportunity to join some courses in the eTwinning Learning lab on various topics, such as “The Creative Use of Media”, “Multiple Intelligences, a challenge in eTwinning” and “Building a Successful Project”. The working environment is friendly and supportive. You can read various teachers’ profiles from all over Europe, collaborate with them in tasks,
post comments with your opinion and learn from each other. Moreover, it is a safe environment to establish partnerships with
colleagues and make your students aware of their European identity.


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