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.
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 email@example.com if you have any queries.
01 – 05 July, Wexford Education Centre
Registration is now open for our DES approved course Connecting Schools across Europe. The CPD course will introduce teachers to the eTwinning programme, guiding them as they begin to explore, communicate, and collaborate on the online platform. The course will highlight the potential for growth and professional development under eTwinning, and also introduce the benefits of Erasmus+. Teachers will be given practical tips and guidelines that will enrich their teaching and enable them to forge new and lasting connections with like-minded educators at home and abroad.
25 – 28 September – Sigulda, Latvia
In this seminar teacherrs will learn how to draw comic books, how to tell stories visually and build visually appealing projects. Teachers will explore the importance of Art in schools and the use of Art in eTwinning projects. There will also be practical workshops in photography, caricature and comics, Teachers don’t have to teach art in order to participate in the seminar.
The eTwinning Thematic Conference organised and hosted by NSS Ireland took place from 09 – 11th May in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The Conference was a three day event dedicated to promoting and strengthening eTwinning schools as cohesive learning organisations. It consisted of Keynote Speeches, 24 Workshops, Plenary Sessions and Networking Activities. 230 delegates from 30+ countries across the eTwinning community attended. The programme was very well received and the event has proved to be a great success.
eTwinning Thematic Conference | Dublin | 09 – 11 May 2019
Developing key competences through project based learning | Belgium | 25 – 27 March 2019
Interactive technologies for the future classroom | Belgium | 09 – 10 April 2019
Developing an eSafe Classroom | Belgium | 22 – 23 November 2018
Active Learning in my School and Classroom | Belgium | 01- 02 December 2018
First Steps in eTwinning – Bilateral seminar with the UK | Belfast, UK | 15-17 November 2018
Flipped Classroom | Brussels, UK | 10-11 November 2018
How eTwinning and Erasmus+ can contribute to the International development of Schools in Europe | Belfast, UK | 15-17 November 2018
Collaborative Learning in English | Estonia | 27 – 29 2018
eTwinning Annual Conference eTwinning and Our Heritage: Where the past meets the Future | Poland | 25 – 27 October
Schools Connected across Europe – eTwinning and Erasmus+ CPD Course for Primary School Teachers | Dublin | 20 – 21 August 2018
eTwinning School | Italy | 14 – 16 May
ICT Collaboration and eSafety in the Primary School Classroom | Dublin | 19 – 21 April
Building the Future of Europe through Cultural Heritage | Greece | 19 – 21 April 2018
How to plan your first eTwinning project | France | 23 – 25 March 2018
TIE – Tackle Inclusion with eTwinning | Dublin | 01 – 03 February 2018
Collaborative Teaching and Learning with ICT Tools / Brussels | 29 – 30 January 2018