Posts Tagged ‘greece’

Group dynamics 10.0

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,...

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...

Our big small world

You’re probably a member in some of the many Facebook groups dedicated to etwinning, right? Have you ever read a special personal story connected with etwinning? I recently did and I think that it’s worth sharing it with you, with the consent of the persons involved of course. Vasiliki...

Celebrating the 10 years with students and teachers around Greece

At 7th of May, the Greek NSS organized a festive webinar to celebrate the 10 years of eTwinning. The preparations started 2 months ago, where students and teachers were invited to prepare a song/dance/poem to present it during the webinar. More than 100 schools registered to the event and...

powerfulnaturekingdom.et (age category 4-11 winner)

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” – Albert Einstein. This was the goal of the project powerfulnaturekingdom.et (age category 4-11 winner): to look, observe, analyse and understand how important nature is in our lives. Let’s have a look deep into the nature of the...

Like a tree that is growing

Maybe it’s because of my teaching subject that I recently imagined etwinning like a tree that keeps growing.  And as a consequence, here is what two of my students made on the day of our school etwinning celebration.  Already ten years old, with new branches and leaves being formed...