Kits “Proyecta eTwinning” (I)

Kits “Proyecta eTwinning” (I)

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A principios de este curso escolar, el Servicio Nacional de Apoyo eTwinning organizó el Taller de Desarrollo Profesional “Proyecta eTwinning” para profesores en castellano.  Tras dos días de talleres, conferencias plenarias y otras actividades, los asistentes se pusieron manos a la obra para desarrollar una serie de ideas de proyecto que pudieran ser de utilidad para otros docentes. Este artículo es el primero de una serie en la que se publicarán todas esas ideas en forma de “Kit eTwinning”.  Estamos seguros de que os resultarán útiles.

kit proyecta eTwinning 1 inmigración

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Collaboration and communication in etwinning projects: example of best practice

Collaboration and communication in etwinning projects: example of best practice

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The International Communicative Twins project is being carried out in the current 2015-2016 school year between two partners, the teacher Juan Alberto Galván from the Montpellier School in Madrid and his partner Roisin Ni Dhonncha from the Le Cheile Secondary School in Ireland.

The first activity proposed in the year-long project has been to get to know the cities of the partner schools. This activity was carried out in several phases during the first term of the year, and has been a true collaborative effort between partners.

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eTwinning Virgilio Group

eTwinning Virgilio Group

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Just as Virgil helped Dante to find the path to Paradise in the Divine Comedy, the Virgilio Group will help you find your way in the eTwinning world. Do you fancy starting this trip?

A few months ago, coinciding with the launch of eTwinning Live, three Italian ambassadors created a group (in English) with the aim of guiding teachers in the eTwinning world: the Virgilio Group (Grupo Virgilio). In this group, any eTwinner (either a new or experienced member) can ask questions, get answers and share all kinds of information and content about the eTwinning world.

Once you’ve joined the group, you have the choice of filling out a questionnaire to know what eTwinning level you’re at: First step – Lost in the wood; Second step – Climbing up; Third step – Up to heaven. Each level has its own page, and each of these pages has different content (activities, games, forums, tutorials …) according to the corresponding level. In addition, this group also has a page dedicated to eTwinning Live, with tutorials and small activities. Another highlight is the specific forum for finding partners for our projects.

Estructura de páginas del grupo eTwinning Virgilio
Virgilio group structure

 

With more than 2,000 members, the Virgilio Group is currently one of the largest in eTwinning. From the NSS, we encourage you to join, regardless of whether you’re new to eTwinning or not, and to benefit from all the advantages this group can offer you.

Icono búsqueda de socios grupo Virgilio
Virgilio group partner search icon

 

Click on the link below if you need information on how to join an eTwinning group: http://www.slideshare.net/SNA_etwinning/cmo-unirse-a-un-grupo-e-twinning

Image source: Virgilio Group on eTwinning Live

eTwinning y Erasmus+ (KA2), en natural simbiosis

eTwinning y Erasmus+ (KA2), en natural simbiosis

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¿Se pueden desarrollar de forma simultánea un proyecto-asociación eTwinning y una Asociación Estratégica Erasmus+ (tipo KA2: Cooperación para la innovación y el intercambio de buenas prácticas), conviviendo de manera equilibrada las dos iniciativas y obteniendo las dos un beneficio mutuo?. Es decir, ¿pueden vivir en simbiosis? Naturalmente, sí. Y aún más, la acción conjunta o solapada de las dos iniciativas educativas crea sinergia entre ellas, un efecto extra que ninguna podría generar en caso de funcionar aisladamente. Esta sinergia responde al aforismo: uno y uno hacen tres. Continuar leyendo

Using mind maps to organize information

Using mind maps to organize information

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A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the centre of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those. (Source: Wikipedia) Continuar leyendo

Rubric for a quality project: 6. Results, impact and documentation.

Rubric for a quality project: 6. Results, impact and documentation.

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The ideal starting point in designing an eTwinning project is to start at the end. As if it were a trip, you have to set your destination before deciding the stages; the tangible result we want to achieve before making decisions about the steps that will lead us to it.  Continuar leyendo

Planning an eTwinning project with Google Docs

Planning an eTwinning project with Google Docs

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Planning an eTwinning project is one of the basics in the early stages of working with the partner and largely determines the success in project coordination and results. Juan F. Peñas Viso, eTwinning Ambassador and Primary school teacher at San Babil primary school (Navarra) tells how to approach this project phase using Google Docs.
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