All partner students prepared their own padlets at this work.
It means that it is better to have little but be yours than to have many good things but none of them belong to you.
Head teacher Fátima Gomes from Agrupamento de EscolasMarquês de Marialva-Cantanhede, Portugal:
“At this school we have been developing etwinning projects for some years. Etwinning is an initiative which promotes educationalcollaboration between various European partners through digital technology. This enables and enhances tools and different innovativepractices in the classroom. Etwinning has permitted our school a broader access to our surroundings and also to the world as we work with diverse countries in Europe.By means of sharing good practices there is an innovation in the classroom which benefits our students. The main language of communication is English. Besides learning new technological skills the students develop their skills in the English language,too. This year we have been working with different countries namely with Turkey, France and Spain. With this project the students have developed lots of activities improving their own cultural awareness. Furthermore, they have learned more about the other countries which is quite important.
This kind of opportunityshould be offered to more and more schools. This kind of projects will surely go on in our school and I’m thinking ofopeningour school to Erasmus + projects as this could be important not only for our students but also forthe teachers.”
This is the project evalution result:
This is the teacher self-evaluation of the project:
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