Posts Tagged ‘testimonies’

Confessions of an Ambassador

Ahmet Morsümbül                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         eTwinning TR   Ambassador , Manisa Turkey   Ahmet Morsümbül, a very dedicated eTwinner and eTwinning Ambassador from Manisa Turkey, talks about his experiences as an eTwinning Ambassador and  eTwinning 10th Year celebrations he organized in his local area with the participation of 300 teachers and students contributed by the Turkish eTwinning NSS and  the local...

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...

eTwinning 10th Year Activities From USAK / Turkey

  Working as an eTwinning Ambassador in Uşak/TURKEY, I really appreciate to be given the chance to organize  eTwinning 10th Anniversary celebrations. That was the best chance of me to introduce  eTwinning to all not only the stakeholders of education but also the people walking along the streets. We have organised three main...

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...

From the UK with love

Some of our eTwinning UK ambassadors share what being part of the eTwinning community has meant to them – both in their professional and personal lives across 10 years. Lisa Taner “I registered on the eTwinning portal on 6th Jan 2006, about 9 years ago. My Head had given...