One of the reasons that have made etwinning so popular and successful during the first 10 years of its life, has been the high quality of professional networking that it keeps offering to us.
Apart from the featured running successful groups, new groups are formed now in etwinning live, focusing on specific areas of interest and expanding the possibilities that the former teachers’ rooms had.
In our fast changing educational world staying connected is essential for our professional development. Browse the long list of the etwinning groups and find the ones that best suit your needs. Join the new etwinning groups because there is a lot of sharing and learning in there! A group is like a living organism, it needs to breathe and be fed, it needs our active participation. So visit your group’s platform regularly, making it your habit. I personally like surfing into my groups when I have my coffee, in the early morning or afternoon. It’s like an everyday ritual. I’d like to see these groups becoming swarming bee hives, with more than one moderators to support them, with chats and events happening, with outcomes to be produced.
In the dawn of the second etwinning decade, new horizons in professional networking are arising and it’s up to us to make the best out of them.
Maria Sourgiadaki – etwinning ambassador in Crete, Greece
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