This year’s eTwinning weeks took place from 26 September to 20 October and focused on the theme of Our future beautiful, sustainable, together: Schools and the New European Bauhaus.
News and events on European school policy and action
Girls Go Circular is a free online learning program that aims to help at least 40 000 schoolgirls aged 14–19 learn digital and entrepreneurial skills by 2027.
eTwinning Online Annual Conference 2022: Imagining education in the future: beautiful, sustainable, together
The aim of the conference was to raise awareness, train and engage participants on how eTwinning can help teachers deploy the theme of the year - New European Bauhaus - in their schools.
The newest edition of the summit on 1 December 2022 will put youth and education at centre stage, giving our #BrightYoungMinds the opportunity to contribute to shaping the future direction of education and training in Europe.
After opening remarks and keynotes speeches on the first day of the Annual eTwinning Conference, the time finally came to celebrate the achievements of the backbone of the eTwinning Community: teachers and pupils.
Science is Wonderful! is a European Commission initiative bringing together researchers and budding young scientists.
As children are growing up in an increasingly scientifically advanced world, schools must develop their students’ scientific literacy. This article will explore several initiatives promoting cooperation between schools and science that can make STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) lessons more engaging!
Join the online conference on 30 November for exciting keynotes and discover the ITE of the year!
Ethical guidelines on the use of artificial intelligence and data in teaching and learning for educators
The European Commission has published ethical guidelines on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data in teaching and learning for educators and school leaders.
Results of the teachers’ survey on Artificial Intelligence help European Commission to develop ethical guidelines
The results of a recent survey show that active teachers have a higher interest (82%) in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data in education than other education stakeholders. However, the results also reveal that almost none of the teachers have a say in the selection of AI and data tools or in their use in education.