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The Living Schools Lab project organises 1 hour discussions on Twitter concentrating a a different educational topic each time. To take part all you need to do is to use the hashtag #LSLCHAT. No need to enrol. If you don't have a Twitter account yet, you can create one here.

Previous Twitter discussion:

How do you organize the presentation of your students' work? Tuesday 1 April 2014 (8-9 pm CET)

Read the observation visit blog post by Diana Bannister as food for thought.

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eTwinning for LSL teachers

  • Webinar
  • 24 October, 4PM CEST (Brussels time)
  • Target groups: Teachers

If you wish to collaborate and work together with teachers all over Europe, eTwinning is your network! Launched in 2005 as the main action of the European Commission’s eLearning Programme, eTwinning has been firmly integrated in Erasmus+, the European programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, since 2014. Its Central Support Service is operated by European Schoolnet and it is further supported at national level by more than 30 National Support Services.

In this webinar, Claire Morvan presented the TwinSpace, the safe platform for teachers (and head teachers, librarians, etc.) working in a school in Europe to collaborate and develop projects together. Rute Baptista spoke about the training opportunities offered by eTwinning.


 

Main course - Webinar recording

 

More information

Claire Morvan started to work for European Schoolnet in July 2011. She is Project officer for the eTwinning project and her main activities are to define the editorial content of the eTwinning portal, the annual publications, and videos. She has also been involved in other projects run by European Schoolnet, such as Living Schools Lab.

Originally from Corsica (France), Claire holds a Master’s Degree in Law with a specialisation in Journalism from the Paul C├ęzanne University of Aix en Provence (France).

 

Rute Baptista is the Pedagogical and Professional Development Officer in eTwinning Central Support Service. She works closely with teachers supporting them in all eTwinning CPD opportunities. She holds a degree in Pedagogy and has been part of the Portuguese National Support Service for the eTwinning initiative since 2004.

Rute is also a Teacher Trainer and trains trainers in private companies in Portugal. She also cooperates with training institutions as pedagogical consultant.