Multilateral Contact Seminar eTwinning, Warsaw, Poland

| October 8, 2011 | 5 Comments 

Today we are at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Warsaw for the Multilateral Contact Seminar eTwinning.

Participants coming from 9 different countries: Cyprus, Greece, Finland, France, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and Poland consisting of eTwinning ambassadors, teacher’s trainers, teachers, special needs’ teachers, representatives of the regional pedagogical inspectorates, employees of the regional teachers’ professional development centers and teachers’ advisors.

eTwinning is the community for schools in Europe. It offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.) working in a school in one of the European countries involved to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.

Over one hundred thousand people are already part of eTwinning.  eTwinning is part of Comenius, the EU programme for schools.

Our seminar, ‘Teacher of the XXI century: get inspired by ICT’,

Other sessions today included:

– ‘Internet safety’ – Anna Rywczyńska, Polish Safer Internet Centre Coordinator, Training and Education Team Manager, NASK.

– Presentation of good practice examples relating to the Polish regional representatives’ activity.

– Summary and conclusions – Tomasz Szymczak, Agnieszka Gierzyńska-Kierwińska

Thank you to Agnieszka Gierzyńska-Kierwińska, Foundation for the Development of Education System, Program eTwinning for inviting us here today, for making all the arrangements and looking after us so beautifully;  and to Tomasz Szymczak, Director of eTwinning Programme in Poland, for his attention and support.

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Rysiek says:

    Absolutely brilliant performance with loads of great ideas and multitude of web tools.
    Thanks a lot, Tim!

  2. Sylwia says:

    I was a lecture that inspires!A great ammount of interesting ideas combined with the lecturer’s sense of humour and positive energy.
    Thank You Tim!

  3. Gosia says:

    Thanks a lot for Your enthusiasm, interesting ideas and sence of humor. I l hope that You and Sara enjoyed stay in Warsaw.

  4. Thanks a lot for your wonderful and very informative presentation. I have seen many people present their ideas but Tim, I personally believe you are the best the most talented and gifted presenter I have ever seen in my life. Also it was very good to meeting with you and Sara and I really enjoyed going out with you at Warsaw. Finally I wish you both all the best from the bottom of my heart.

  5. Sarah says:

    Thank you, Elias. We hope we meet again.

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