Beginner to advanced level members of the eTwinning network can participate in Professional Development Workshops (PDWs), eTwinning Seminars, and the Annual eTwinning Conference. PDWs bring together participants from different European countries who want to learn more about eTwinning, and develop their skills in European collaboration using ICT. Thematic seminars are held in different European countries and allow participants to network and share experiences.
Funding to support teachers’ attendance at workshops, seminars and conferences is available. See subsistence rates here.
To apply for a place at any of the events, complete the eTwinning Meetings & Training application form, submit it online, and we’ll contact you in due course. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
23-25 March 2018
Target audience: French-speaking post-primary school teachers who are beginners in eTwinning.
The seminar will bring together French-speaking teachers from secondary schools across Europe to share good practice and ideas on how to best plan their first project on the eTwinning platform. The key aim of the seminar is for teachers to meet new partners and to register new and exciting eTwinning projects.
Apply by 20 February 2018 using the eTwinning Meetings & Training application form.
1-3 February 2018
Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Target audience: Primary school teachers
This is a bilateral seminar for eTwinning beginners from Ireland and the UK on the theme of Inclusion in Education. The seminar will raise awareness of the need to cater for the diverse needs, abilities and capacities of all learners, especially those facing challenges or with fewer opportunities. Over the two days, participants will be shown how eTwinning can support high quality and inclusive education for all young people, helping them to attain the knowledge and skills needed to participate fully in society. Participants will also be supported to create and register new, high-quality eTwinning projects on the theme.
Apply by 31 December 2017 using the eTwinning Meetings & Training application form.
The seminar will start on 1 February after lunch and finish on 3 February after lunch.
The Future Classroom Lab (FCL) is an inspirational learning environment in Brussels, Belgium, challenging visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms. The FCL regularly hosts training workshops and strategic seminars to develop visions for the schools of the future and strategies on how to realise these.
Collaboration is a valuable transversal skill, yet teaching about or through collaboration remains rare in schools because of a lack of understanding of what real collaboration in an educational setting means.
The participants will explore a range of tools and ideas that help them to promote collaborative and team work among students and to integrate ICT into their teaching practice in a collaborative and sustainable way.
The workshop is ideal for teachers involved in eTwinning, giving them ideas to set up more innovative collaboration projects.
Apply by 12 January 2018 using the eTwinning Meetings & Training application form.
Building 21st Century Skills through Active Learning | 02 – 03 December 2017
Digital Citizenship for the Future Classroom: Developing an eSafe Classroom | Future Classroom Lab | 09-10 November 2017
eTwinning Annual Conference | Malta | 2017 26 – 28 October 2017,
Make Learning Accessible: Special Education Needs in my Classroom | 23 – 24 September 2017
Seminar on Literacy | Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK | 25 – 27 May 2017
Collaborative teaching and learning with ICT tools | Future Classroom Lab | 11-12 March 2017