Article Details

Article Details

Study of the impact of eTwinning on participating pupils, teachers and schools

Author: European Commission
Publisher: European Commission
Date of Publication: February 2013

The European Commission has just published an independent study on the impact of the EU's eTwinning scheme. The study found that teachers who had participated in eTwinning improved their skills, their relations with pupils and developed their professional networks. Pupils felt more empowered and motivated and were better at team working. The study found eTwinning to be an easy and cost-effective way for schools to engage in international cooperation.


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