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workshops and webinars

Whether you’re new to eTwinning or already involved in a project, you can attend a free online or face-to-face training session to get the most out of the eTwinning portal.

Workshops

Face-to-face sessions with an experienced eTwinning teacher, who will give you a hands-on introduction to eTwinning, advice on how to incorporate it into your classroom projects and the best hints and tips. Workshops are either morning, afternoon, twilight or full-day sessions.

See upcoming workshops

Webinars

Live online training sessions with the British Council eTwinning team and experienced eTwinning teachers. Join directly from your home or school computer. All webinars are twilight sessions and last for just one hour. Sessions are available to take you through the most important steps of your eTwinning journey, from finding partners to starting projects and using your Twinspace.

See upcoming webinars

UPDATES COMING SOON

WORKSHOPS

EAST MIDLANDS

Leicester, Project Registration Workshop

When: Wednesday 6 June, 16.00-18:00
Where: Cossington CofE Primary School, Leicestershire, LE7 4UU
Register

LONDON

Bromley, Twilight workshop
When: Thursday 6 June, 16:30-18:30
Where: The Ravensbourne School, Bromley, BR2 9EH
Register

Tower Hamlets, eTwinning for MFL presentation
When: Tuesday 18 June, 16:30-17:30
Where: Central Foundation Girls' School, London, E3 2AT
Register

SOUTH EAST

Brighton, eTwinning to engage pupils with SEN, Full day workshop
When: Wednesday 10, July, 10:00-17:30
Where: Patcham House, Brighton, NBN1 8XR
Register

SOUTH WEST

Launceston, Cornwall.  eTwinning introductory Half day workshop

When: Thursday 27th June, 14:00-17:30
Where: The Business Space, Dunheved Road, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 9FB
Register

YORKSHIRE

Leeds, Full day workshop
When: Tuesday 21 May, 9:15 - 15:15
Where: New Bewerley Community School, Bismarck Drive, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 6TB
Register

Bradford, Half day workshop
When: Monday 10 June, 13:30 - 16:00
Where: Future House, Bolling Road, Bradford, BD4 7EB
Register

Harrogate, Full day workshop
When: Monday 17 June, 9:30 - 15:00
Where: Venue TBC
Register

(Events in other areas of the UK are coming soon)


Other dates for the next series of eTwinning workshops are currently being finalised, so please check back here soon. For more information, contact your regional coordinator.

WEBINARS

Step one: Finding your eTwinning partner

Find out all you need to know to get started on your eTwinning journey. This session gives you the top tips for finding eTwinning partners for your future projects. You’ll also get a ‘walkthrough’ of the eTwinning portal and find out the best ways to become active in the eTwinning community.

   When: Tuesday 2th July 16:30-17:30
   Where:
Online
   Contact:
etwinning@britishcouncil.org

   Register here

Step two: Starting your eTwinning project

Now you’ve found an eTwinning partner, you are ready to start a joint project. This session shows you what makes a successful project plan and takes you step-by-step through the process of registering your project on the eTwinning portal. You’ll also get tips on how you can get a recognised mark of success for your project with an eTwinning Quality Label.

   When: Wednesday 3rd July 16:30- 17:30
   Where:
Online
   Contact:
etwinning@britishcouncil.org

   Register here

Step three: Using your Twinspace

The Twinspace is the heart of your eTwinning project. It is a safe and secure online space where you and your partners work together. This session shows you how to use your Twinspace to communicate and share your work with your partners. You’ll also find out how the Twinspace can help you share your project with the wider community.

   When: Thursday 4th July 16:30-17:30
   Where:
Online
   Contact:
etwinning@britishcouncil.org

   Register here

For more information about webinars, please contact etwinning@britishcouncil.org

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