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28 agosto 2017

eTwinning among schools, the map of the events in Italy

The regional training seminars on eTwinning are back in schools. From September, there will be more than 80 events scheduled throughout autumn to promote the use of electronic Twinning in didactics, providing good practices and advice on how to start a new way of teaching in Europe, thanks to eTwinning.

Here is the map with the training events scheduled in Italy. To know the location, dates and time click on the blue pin. The events are free of charge and are addressed to headmasters, teachers, and school personnel of all types and levels. They are organised in collaboration with the Regional school offices and with the national eTwinning ambassadors’ network.

The map is constantly updated; therefore, locations and dates might change. It would be advisable to contact the regional eTwinning representatives (find the list here) to know more details and have the final confirmation of the events).

During 2017, there will be more than 160 in person and online events organised in all the Italian regions, involving more than 7 thousand teachers who will get the chance to know more about eTwining and move their first steps on the online platform.

Enjoy your eTwining training!

eTwinning is the European community of teachers involved in electronic twinning between schools. The project, funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + Programme, and co-ordinated in Brussels by the European Schoolnet consortium, promotes innovation in the school, use of technology in teaching, and the shared creation of educational projects between classes in different countries. Indire is the eTwinning national unit since 2005. The Italian Unity is constantly working with the network of National Units in the 36 participating countries and with the European Central Unit. There are over 440,000 European teachers registered in the platform, out of these, about 50,000 are Italian, with over 15,000 implemented didactic projects.


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