Professional development workshops

Find out about upcoming professional development opportunities or request a free workshop in the UK below.

Please register on www.etwinning.net to receive alerts to other opportunities as they become available.

Current UK opportunities

Please find below a list of all upcoming workshops in the UK which you can register for:

Introduction to eTwinning & KA2 Erasmus+ support workshop

When? :  15:30 - 17:30 on 25 March 2019
Where? :  Thomas Cowley High School, School Lane, Donington, PE11 4TF
Who? : This workshop is aimed at all teachers new to eTwinning and/or Erasmus+ (any level)
What? : This workshop will be led by an experienced eTwinning Ambassdaor who will introduce you to eTwinning and explain how eTwinning can be used to support a Key Action 2 Erasmus+ project.

Deadline: Apply using the link below by 24 March 2019

How? : Apply here

Current international workshops and seminars for UK teachers

Norway

What: Join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice. The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe. 
Theme: coding, computational thinking and creativity. 
Who: this event is for teachers who:

  • teach art, science and maths
  • teach pupils aged 10-16 
  • are new to eTwinning
  • are registered on eTwinning but have not been active 
  • have carried out one or two simple eTwinning projects.

When: Thursday 21 March (18:00) - Saturday 23 March 2019 (16:00)
Where: Radisson BluHotel Nydalen, Oslo, Norway.
Apply: https://www.eventsforce.net/britishcouncil/1937/home 
Deadline: Thursday 31 January, 2019.

Please sign up to www.eTwinning.net to be kept abreast of all opportunities.

 

Future opportunities for your interest

Czech Republic 

What: join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice. The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe. 
Theme: multilateral seminar for pre-primary teachers
Who: this event is for teachers who: 

  • teach in pre-primary education
  • are new to eTwinning
  • are registered on eTwinning but have not been active
  • have carried one or two simple eTwinning projects.

When: day TBC, May 2019. 
Where: venue TBC, location TBC, Czech Republic. 
Apply: TBC - check back soon or sign up to www.eTwinning.net.
Deadline: TBC. 

Belgrade, Serbia

What: join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice. The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe. 
Theme: contact seminar - eTwinning projects focused on language teaching.
Who: this event is for teachers who: 

  • teach languages in primary education
  • are new to eTwinning
  • are registered on eTwinning but have not been active
  • have carried one or two simple eTwinning projects.

When: June 2019. 
Where: venue TBC, Belgrade, Serbia. 
Apply: TBC - check back soon or sign up to www.eTwinning.net.
Deadline: TBC. 

Latvia

What: join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice. The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe. 
Theme: how to tell stories through comic books and build visually appealing projects. 
Who: this event is for teachers who:

  • subject area TBC
  • are new to eTwinning
  • are registered on eTwinning but have not been active
  • have carried one or two simple eTwinning projects. 

When: day TBC, June, 2019. 
Where: venue TBC, location TBC, Latvia.  
Apply: TBC - check back soon or sign up to www.eTwinning.net.
Deadline: TBC. 

Please sign up to www.eTwinning.net to be kept abreast of all opportunities.

Arrange a free eTwinning workshop in your area

The British Council eTwinning team will:

  • arrange a date, time, workshop theme (can also be during INSET days)
  • provide the venue, including equipment hire and refreshments (this can be your own school)
  • identify eTwinning experts in your area to deliver the session
  • ask for your help to contact teachers in your area to attend the workshop
  • cover costs such as venue and equipment hire, supply cover for speakers (and their associated travel and accommodation costs), and refreshments. Unfortunately we cannot meet supply cover costs for participants.

To arrange a free workshop, please contact us.