Mobile stations

Here you will find the roadmap of the two eTwinning mobile stations and their adventures in the north and south of Europe! Stay tuned for more information!


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12 Responses to “Mobile stations”

    • Katerina Topalidou says:

      Hello Nana! Unfortunately for logistic reasons the mobile station is not able to visit all countries. However, in all countries various festive activities will take place at national level. If you are interested to know what will happen in Georgia and how you can participate, please contact your NSS.

  1. Patricia Mateo says:

    I’m amazed to see that Spain, one of the most populated countries in Europe, is not going to receive the visit of the mobile station, I wonder what the reason is 🙁

    • Katerina Topalidou says:

      Dear Patricia,

      As mentioned above, unfortunately it is not possible for the mobile station to visit all countries due to logistic reasons. However, in all countries – Spain included- many activities will take place. For more information on the activities in Spain and how you and your school can participate, please contact your NSS.

  2. Amaya González says:

    “due to logistic reasons” is not a reason not tovisit Spain where the eTwinning community is solid and active . You might know as you choose the countries you visit. A pity!

    • Katerina Topalidou says:

      Dear Amaya,
      We fully understand you disappointment for not having the mobile station in Spain. However, you will understand that the logistics and planning the travel of these stations was not at all easy and we had to fit in with national schedules and availability as well. Yet, we have a suggestion: why not make your own small mobile station ( a child’s pram, a small cart etc) and set it up in you school or town? Invite parents, the mayor etc. to come and celebrate with you, take pictures, videos, send them to us and we will post them! eTwinners are creative and positive so don’t be put off by the fact the mobile station is not visiting you, see it as an opportunity to build on.

  3. Kathleen Tuohy says:

    I’m also disappointed that the mobile station is not visiting my beautiful country this year, but, perhaps, in 2016 you will visit us. I will, personally organise a great welcome or “Céad MíleFáilte” to our part of the country, Cork, Southern part of Ireland, and you will not regret taking a detour to Ireland….in fact it will be the highlight of your journey around Europe!!!

  4. Eric Kleipool says:

    What is the meaning of the mobile station and why is the Netherlands not involved as a mobile station?

  5. Katerina Topalidou says:

    Dear Eric,

    For more information on what the mobile stations look like, you can have a look at the related articles: http://blogs.eun.org/etwinning10/2015/03/13/spotted-southtwin-and-northtwin/ and http://blogs.eun.org/etwinning10/2015/03/20/premiere-for-northtwin-in-the-uk/. As for why the Netherlands is not among the countries that host a mobile station, the answer is tha same as in the comments above: the logistics and the planning of the travels were drawn up in conjunction with national schedules and availability. If you would like to find out more about the eTwinning activities in the Netherlands, please contact your National Support Service (NSS) and they will inform you. Alternatively, you could make your own small mobile station and set it up in you school or town, invite parents, the mayor etc. to come and celebrate with you, take pictures, videos, send them to us and we will post them!

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