The community for schools in Europe
eTwinning is a free online platform linking a community of more than 500,000 teachers across Europe. It supports primary and post primary schools to find partners and work on joint projects in any curricular area, using Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Learn how five Irish schools use eTwinning in our brochure.
On the dedicated website www.etwinning.net you can create a profile, search for partners, browse ongoing and completed projects, and develop your own project ideas. Once you have found a partner and agreed a project plan, you can register your project and access a specially created ‘Twinspace’. This is a private and secure online workspace that you and your partner(s) administer; students can be invited to participate as members.
eTwinning is funded by the European Union and administered in participating countries by a National Support Service (NSS). Léargas is the National Support Service for eTwinning in Ireland.
Snapshot of what I’ve been working on . Geo located augmented reality . It might be only a house but it’s not really there . I’ve created it . Plan is to use #eTwinning to record content then use program it to produce AR for classroom . Languages and stem together ! #EdChatIE Retweeted by eTwinning Ireland
Class 1 Eliot can't wait to read these letters from their pen-pals in Finland! Following on from their Skype calls this is great preparation for our proposed international storytelling project with Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Czech Rep!! @jcsplibraries @Leargas @Leargas_Brian pic.twitter.com/C3SX4Hmftc— JCSP Library Trinity (@TrinityCompLib) December 20, 2017
Do you have a student with a Special Learning Disability or Difficulty (#SpLD), such as #Dyslexia, High-functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder #asd, or AD(H)D? These online professional development videos and toolkit for teachers may be of help! #EdGateway https://t.co/EUx3CIOJwd pic.twitter.com/HFV3SYIXxo— eTwinningEurope (@eTwinningEurope) December 19, 2017
📣 The #eTwSchool is coming! In order to recognize the work done at school level, a new label has been announced – the eTwinning School Label. Discover the details here: https://t.co/HoulfD5D1b pic.twitter.com/MijJBT1Yrt— eTwinningEurope (@eTwinningEurope) December 18, 2017