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.
Have a look at Gaelscoil de hÍde in Roscommon chatting to their project partners in Spain.
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.
Quite a nice #Christmas gift the new #eTwinning Twinspace @eTwinningEurope don't you think? @eTwinningGr @eTwinningUK @eTwinning_es @eTwinningFrance @eTwinning_DE @eTwinningSI @eTwinning_SK @eTwinningMalta @Leargas_etwinn @eTwinning_PT @eTwinning_Ita ... this-is-italy.com/merry-christma… Retweeted by eTwinning Ireland
What are some Irish students learning French, French students learning Spanish and Spanish students learning English doing in an #eTwinning project? Learning about geography and travelling in "My region route planner" @eTwinning_es @Leargas_etwinn @eTwinningFrance @eTwinnico Retweeted by eTwinning Ireland
We think all schools and colleges should apply for School Exchange Partnership funding from #ErasmusPlus this year. But don't just take our word for it. Take a look at an inspiring #eTwinning and #Erasmus+ project and start planning what you could do? https://t.co/ZcSMUovb12 pic.twitter.com/c1JJbVMGOO— Schools Online (@Schools_On_Line) November 28, 2018
eTwinners, we want to hear your opinions! You can now participate in the new #eTwinning monitoring survey 2018 to give your feedback on usability and your classroom practices. Take the survey in 27 different languages: https://t.co/0LkkbjqvbH pic.twitter.com/WJshZzFRKu— European Schoolnet (@eu_schoolnet) November 28, 2018
For me eTwinning is an open virtual window from which you can see the best practices that teachers attend in their classrooms. It's a big community that has a goal: to encourage cooperation among teachers by sharing good experiences. #eTwinning280 #twinmooc #eTwinningAlbania Retweeted by eTwinning Ireland
We have received seven Christmas cards from our #eTwinning project partners across Europe so far! We also designed a banner and took a class photo to wish everyone in our project Merry Christmas as Gaeilge today @Leargas_etwinn pic.twitter.com/mglSYmzZ6Y— Miss Forde's Class (@MissFordesClass) November 27, 2018