European professional development workshops

This term, why not apply to go on a short, fully-funded workshop in another European country?

Applications are now open for teachers of pupils aged 3-19 across a range of subject areas to attend a fully-funded 2-3 day professional development workshop in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, France and Greece. These events are designed to facilitate new eTwinning projects through partner-finding and project planning activities. Workshop themes and subject areas are varied, spanning ICT, Maths, and sustainable development.

Find out about, request a free workshop in the UK or register for one or more of the below opportunities.

Hungary

Who: Primary and Secondary teachers of any subject (of pupils aged 10 - 16)
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.
When: 27-29 September 2018
Where: Budapest, Hungary
Deadline: Monday 18 June 2018
How: Apply here.

Poland

Who: Maths and Science Primary and Secondary Teachers (of pupils aged 7 - 11)
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.
When: 4-7 October 2018
Where: Warsaw, Poland
Deadline: Monday 18 June 2018
How:  Apply here.

Slovakia

Who: Vocational Teachers (of pupils aged 15-19)
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.
When: 11-13 October  2018
Where: Bratislava, Slovakia
Deadline: Monday 18 June 2018
How: Apply here.

France

Who: eTwinning beginners – secondary teachers
What: Join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice and learn about eTwinning around sustainable development.  The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe on sustainable development.
When:  12 -14 October 2018
Where: Lille, France
Deadline: Monday 18 June 2018
How: Apply here.

Greece

Who: ICT Primary Teachers (of pupils aged 6-12)
What: Join teachers from across Europe to network, share ideas and best practice around Open Sources Tools in eTwinning projects.  The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe.
When: 18-20 October 2018
Where: Chania, Greece
Deadline: Monday 18 June 2018
How: Apply here. 

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

Upcoming UK opportunities

Who: Secondary teachers.
What: A professional development workshop focusing on entrepreneurship in eTwinning projects. This workshop will bring teachers from across Europe together to share good practice and meet new partners. The key aim of the workshop is for teachers to start a collaborative eTwinning project with other schools in Europe on the theme.
When: September (exact date TBC)
Where: United Kingdom (exact location TBC)
How: Applications for this workshop will open soon.

Who: TBC
What: Come together with teachers from Ireland to network, share ideas and best practice. The key aim of the workshop is for participants to start a collaborative eTwinning project with an Irish partner.
When: November (exact date TBC)
Where: United Kingdom (exact location TBC)
How: Applications for this workshop will open soon.

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.

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