eTwinning online workshops
eTwinning online workshops ©

owned by The British Council, its licensors, or its third-party image partners

Featured eTwinning events

eTwinning UK National Conference 2020 - online   
Who: The event is open to all UK based educators (including UK overseas school. During International Education Week, two key events are open to teachers from across the world.
What: We have a packed agenda with free CPD opportunities supporting climate change actions within schools and a glimpse into the pedagogical benefits of international collaborative projects.
When: Throughout November on Tuesdays and Thursdays 17:30- 18:30 (GMT)  
Where: Microsoft teams (link will be sent on the day of the session)
How: Download the confererence programme and register.

Transborder partner finding seminar
Who: 
This partner finding seminar is aimed at UK primary school teachers across all subject areas. The session is open to teachers who have experience of eTwinning projects and those who have none.
What: Thie seminar is organised by the Belgian National Support Service for eTwinning and will give teachers the opportunity to network and collaborate with other professionals from across Europe who teach in a primary school setting. There will be opportunities to find eTwinning partners, to collaborate and plan an eTwinning project and a range of workshops on how to use the eTwinning platform and the tools on offer.
Where: Online via Microsoft Teams 
When: This seminar will be taking place across the below dates and times:

  • Wednesday 25 November, 14:00 - 17:00 (GMT)
  • Thursday 26 November, 15:30 - 17:30 (GMT)
  • Monday 30 November or Tuesday 1 December (whichever is preferred): 15:30 - 17:45 (GMT)
  • Wednesday 2 December: 1400 - 1700 (GMT)

How: Apply now. The deadline for submissions is 23: 59, Thursday 5 November 2020. 

PARTNER FINDING WEBINARS: School / teacher finding (1-2 hours)

International Collaboration and Partner Finding

Who: This session is aimed at schoolteachers who are interested in finding out more about working with international partner schools and the benefits of working internationally on teachers, pupils and the school community. 
What:  Our special online event will introduce teachers around the world to the benefits of international partnerships, the key considerations to take into account when looking for partners and step by step guide on how to find partner schools, then kick off your first project. Questions can be submitted before and during the session.
Where: Online via Microsoft Teams Live.
When: Thursday 19 November. 5.30-6.30pm (BST).  
How: Register now.

Transborder partner finding seminar
Who: 
This partner finding seminar is aimed at UK primary school teachers across all subject areas. The session is open to teachers who have experience of eTwinning projects and those who have none.
What: Thie seminar is organised by the Belgian National Support Service for eTwinning and will give teachers the opportunity to network and collaborate with other professionals from across Europe who teach in a primary school setting. There will be opportunities to find eTwinning partners, to collaborate and plan an eTwinning project and a range of workshops on how to use the eTwinning platform and the tools on offer.
Where: Online via Microsoft Teams 
When: This seminar will be taking place across the below dates and times:

  • Wednesday 25 November, 14:00 - 17:00 (GMT)
  • Thursday 26 November, 15:30 - 17:30 (GMT)
  • Monday 30 November or Tuesday 1 December (whichever is preferred): 15:30 - 17:45 (GMT)
  • Wednesday 2 December: 1400 - 1700 (GMT)

How: Apply now. The deadline for submissions is 23: 59, Thursday 5 November 2020. 

ONLINE SEMINARS: Live CPD (1 to 1.5 hours)

Online Seminars are live communication sessions where you have a chance to learn, talk and discuss with your peers. They are led by an expert and delivered in English.

Moving Beyond Queens and Warriors: The effective integration of women’s history in the curriculum 
Who:
Teachers and educational professionals across all subject areas, who wish to address women in history with their pupils.
What: Despite the call for greater representation of women in the history curriculum since the 1960s at least, this aim seems to have fallen by the wayside. What are the problems which face teachers who want to make a more equal history curriculum and what are some possible solutions to this problem? 
When: 28 October from 17:00 – 18:30. GMT. 
How: Register or login to eTwinning , then follow this link to eTwinning Live and click on the orange 'I am interested' button.  

Take urgent international action on climate change - together - in schools
Who: This session is aimed at schoolteachers (of pupils aged 3-19) across all subject areas, who are interested in tackling climate change by collaborating within international classroom projects. 
What: Three teachers will demonstrate how their online climate change projects have impacted upon their pupils learning. Questions can be submitted before and during the session.
Where: Online via Microsoft teams live. 
When: Tuesday 17 November 5.30-6.30pm (GMT).  
How: Register now.

GROUPS: Support forums and resources (no time limit)

eTwinning at home and... back to school
Who: Teachers registered on eTwinning
What: A collection of inspirational materials gathered from all over the eTwinning community, including; teacher testimonial, collaborative online activities, tutorials on a variety of topics and some practical examples of activities from selected projects.
When: Open indefinitely
How: Sign up or login to eTwinning then follow this link to the support group