eTwinning online workshops
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eTwinning featured event: Gender: know how to stop stereotypes

What: Led by group moderator Marie Louise Peterson, this webinar will allow participants to share knowledge on figthing gender stereotypes and sexism and know-how to ensure gender equality, liberty & diversity in the classroom and in the playground. The idea is also to give inspiration and courage on how to work with gender and sexuality education.

When: Monday 9 October 2017 at 17.00 BST

How: Teachers from countries shown on the European map here are eligible to join this eTwinning event live. To join this webinar, you must first register on www.Twinning.net. Once you have registered, visit eTwinning Live where you will find this featured event under the 'events' tab. You can also access the webinar here. Registration for the event will open 30 minutes before the event begins.

eTwinning featured event: On the road with inclusion via eTwinning Supportive Community

What: What challenges do teachers and students face in today’s classrooms? How can they achieve the best learning goals and how can eTwinning supportive community bring benefit to everybody? This webinar, led by group moderator Marijana Smolčec, will explore these questions.

When: Monday 16 October 2017 at 16.00 BST

How: Teachers from countries shown on the European map here are eligible to join this eTwinning event live. To join this webinar, you must first register on www.Twinning.net. Once you have registered, visit eTwinning Live where you will find this featured event under the 'events' tab. You can also access the webinar here. Registration for the event will open 30 minutes before the event begins.

For teachers in non-European countries, please check back after the event for the webinar recording.

Learning Event 2017: Cyberbullying: when the virtual threat becomes real

What: This learning event, we intend to reflect on the difference between bullying and cyberbullying, as well as the main factors that facilitate the occurrence or the transition from one to another. We will also address the preventive and interventional approaches in relation to cyberbullying. The main goal is to make teachers aware of this issue and reflect on ways of acting.

When: 16 - 30 October 2017

How: teachers from countries shown on the European map here are eligible to join this eTwinning event live. To join this webinar, you must first register on www.Twinning.net. Once you have registered, visit eTwinning Live where you will find this featured event under the 'events' tab. You can also access the webinar here

Free map resources webinar - join a ready-made project straight away!

Who: Teachers who have just registered on eTwinning and have/will receive free hard copy map and homework challenge resources.
What: Free online training sessions led by an experienced eTwinning teacher. Join a ready-made eTwinning project with European partners. Short cross-curricular tasks specific to all Key Stages 1- 5 are embedded within the training. Taking part secures a foundation level International School Award for your school.
Where: Watch online now.

 

Online learning events (short online sessions across 2-6 weeks)

You can sign up for all of the courses listed below through the eTwinning Learning Lab.

eSafety and Digital Skills

Google Earth Learning Event

Basic Skills for iPad in Schools

Key competences in eTwinning projects: why not?

How to teach the First World War

HOME- Hands-on Math enrichment

Let’s flip the classroom

 

Online Learning courses from Teachers Academy

All of the courses below will be delivered in English and you can sign up for them through registration on Schools Education Gateway. Education Gateway's 'Teacher Academy' is a new online professional development offer open to all European teachers.

Competences for 21st Century Schools

Moving to Maths 2.0