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10 years eTwinning: It’s a wrap!

Time flies! The past 12 months we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the eTwinning community of schools on various occasions both online and offline and now – right before the Christmas break– we would like to look back at the highlights of 2015 and thank our contributors! 2015 was...

Twinspace eBook for the Turkish eTwinners

The new Twinspace is an effective collaborative blog which enables teachers and students work, discuss, collaborate, communicate and share their Project activity outcomes, documentation, videos and photos. Moreover, it is a safe online area for our students. In this ebook Turkish eTwinners can find a detailed step by step explanation...

eTwinning 10 Turkish Ambassadors Animated !

In this eTwinning 10 animated interview, four eTwinning ambassadors, Nurcan Ari, Funda Posat Gulenser , Bugra Inal and Adil Tugyan and a very experienced and hardworking eTwinner Esen Sandıraz ( Moderator ) talk about what eTwinning mean to them and the qualities of etwinners to be characterized as positive and negative in a discussion...

Happy Birthday eTwinning from Espinho, Portugal

The seaside town of Espinho, Portugal is mostly known for its beautiful beaches and for hosting this year’s beach football world cup, but it’s also the home of Manuela Correia, music teacher and accomplished eTwinner. Manuela and her students have had a great eTwinning year, winning the European eTwinning...

10th Anniversary in Albania

We have received from the Albanian National Support Service (NSS) details about the eTwinning 10th anniversary celebrations in the country! Without further ado, we present to you all the pictures and videos! eTwinning 10th anniversary in Albania from European Schoolnet   Link to video: eTwinning Sinan Tafaj Link to...

etwinautas en las ciudades (in)visibles / etwinauts in the (in)visible cities (age category 16 – 19 winner)

In Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities novel, Marco Polo describes various cities through some of their objects to Kublai Khan. The two characters communicate using each their own language, which leaves room for different understanding of the descriptions. In this modern, real-world version of the dialogues between the explorer and...