eTwinning: 10,000 schools are now registered
November 30, 2005 14:01:00The Apostolos Varvanas Lyceum in Cyprus is the 10,000th school to have registered for eTwinning.
The scheme encourages the formation of school partnerships over the internet, adding a European dimension to the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in school life. Launched in January 2005 the eTwinning action has quickly established itself as a major instrument for school collaboration in Europe, with 808 schools in the United Kingdom having registered so far. Pupils, teachers, headmasters, librarians and other school staff use eTwinning to add a European dimension to school life. Using the Internet, they work together in varied ways with peers in other countries: they chat, send emails and exchange ideas and learning materials. Prizes for the best eTwinning projects will be awarded for the first time in January 2006.
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