Step two: Starting your eTwinning project Now youve found an eTwinning partner, you are ready to start a joint project. This session shows you what makes a successful project plan and takes you step-by-step through the process of registering your project on the eTwinning portal. Youll also get tips on how you can get a recognised mark of success for your project with an eTwinning Quality Label.
<ul><li> 1. Step 2: Starting your eTwinning project</li></ul>
<p> 2. Step 2: Starting your eTwinningprojectPart 1: Process, Content and ApprovalPart 2: Project Kit Inspiration!Part 3: Project management &recognition 3. Step 2: Part 1Process, Content, Approval 4. Have you identified a partner school that you are going towork with?Question 1 Yesx No 5. Is your partner in your eTwinning Contacts List?Question 2 Yesx No 6. Have you agreed what kind of project you are going towork on together?Question 3 Yesx No 7. Have you planned your project with your partner(s) yet?Question 4 Yes x No 8. 4. Does my project go livestraight away?Recap 5. Will my partner beautomatically e-mailed whenthe project is ready?Step 2:Part 16. Do I need to contact myNSS to tell them about myproject? 9. Step 2:Part 2Project Kit Inspiration! 10. 1. Do you need to think about the end of the project when you are registering it? 2. Can you change your project detailsRecapbefore you submit it?Step 2:Part 1 & 3. Which button would I click to access project kits? Part 2 A B CD 11. Part 3:Project management & recognition 12. Quality Labels ProjectRequirements1.The project must have commongoals and a shared plan.2.It must be finished or in its laststages.3.The applying teacher must havemade significant contributions tothe project.4.A certain degree of collaborationmust appear. The minimum to beconsidered is using and reactingto partners materials.5.Project results must be visible. 13. Quality Labels CriteriaThe Criteria Indicators of a good projectPedagogical Innovation Creativity: Pedagogical and methodological aspects ofand Creativity the project are original. Innovation: The project has meant new ways of teaching and learning for the students and teachers involved,Curricular Integration The project is integrated in ordinary lesson plansUse of TechnologyICT tools used are appropriate according to the activities and goals.Sustainability and Sustainability in the school: the project is not an isolatedTransferabilityevent but has become an integral part of the activities and the educational objectives of the school Transferability: aspects of the project can serve as a model for other teachers and an example of good practice.Results and Benefits The extent of effects of the project results, including dissemination outside the school. Educational and pedagogical relevance of results and benefits. 14. Quality Labels 15. 1. Can a project Member addnew people and edit theproject?2. Do eTwinning projects carryon forever on the eTwinningStep 2: Desktop?Part 33. Final question??? 16. Step three: Using your TwinspaceThis session shows you how to use yourTwinspace to communicate and share your workwith your partners. Youll also find out how theTwinspace can help you share your project withthe wider community. 11 October 2012, 16:30-17:30 1 November 2012, 16:30-17:30 22 November 2012, 16:30-17:30 17. Twitter #etwinningukBloghttp://etwinninguk.typepad.com/Email firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb www.britishcouncil.org/etwinning Thank you!</p>