Posts Tagged ‘winner’

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...

Big steps towards peace and tolerance (Mevlana Prize)

This project is aimed at helping to create a better, more peaceful world where people are more tolerant, and understanding of differences, perceiving instead the richness of all humanity! Teachers and students involved in this project worked on avoiding their stereotyped thoughts that are coming from the past. They...

Sotto le stelle dei grandi – podgwiazdamiwielkich (Maria Skłodowska Curie Prize)

Sotto le stelle dei grandi – podgwiazdamiwielkich was a very ambitious and innovative project to carry out with young children of five years old! The project aimed at initiating children as young as five years old to paths in science education and introducing celestial phenomena to them through observing,...

MMM – More Meaningful Math (English language prize)

The project “MMM – More Meaningful Math” (English language prize, sponsored by the British Council) aimed on one hand to motivate show students aged between 12 and 16 the importance of mathematics in real life and to enrich teachers’ methodology with motivating material on the other. The project founders...

Put a Plus to your eTwinning project!

Are you planning a new eTwinning project? Did you know you can involve also partners from eTwinning Plus countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Tunisia, Ukraine)? Have a look here at some examples of inventive projects you can come up with! My alien friend My “alien friend” is my foreign...

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...