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Open eTwinning (1st edition) INTEF

Enrollment is Closed

#twinmooc - eTwinning is the largest European community for teachers. This MOOC provides a comprenhesive understanding of the platform with the aim of enabling participants to design a quality project.

General Description

Throughout the activities we will see and work with the fundamentals of eTwinning. We will look at the entire life cycle of a project, starting with the initial idea, including finding a partner and negotiations to design a common project and up to implementation. We will include principles of project work and collaboration, as well as the educational use of various ICT tools.

We will also look at the social aspect of eTwinning, not only as a platform in which to implement educational projects, but also as a meeting place between colleagues, an environment where we can share ideas and participate in various professional development activities.

Insignia digital

At the end of the activities, you will be able to gain a digital badge that is awarded as recognition for the learning throughout the MOOC. The estimated workload is only indicative, training hours not being certified. It is expected that the main motivation for participation in the MOOC is personal learning, professional development and collaboration with other teachers.


At the end of the "open eTwinning" MOOC you will have:

designed a project that addresses part of your professional needs and concerns and which includes concepts regarding collaborative work and projects, browsed eTwinning Live and discovered its potential as a social network among teachers, including professional development, negotiated your idea with other colleagues, and reached agreements that establish a common project.

And you will also have:

learned about ICT tools to help you carry out your ideas and facilitate your teaching, including the actual eTwinning tools.

MOOC Dynamization Team



Diego Ojeda is the person in charge of coordinating the revitalization of MOOC during its implementation. He is a Secondary School English teacher and currently a Lifelong Learning advisor at the Motril Lifelong Learning Centre. Convinced of the need to find new channels and formats for teacher training, he has tutored INTEF courses and revitalized the MOOC in PBL in 2014. Member of Conecta13 and tireless sketcher of cartoon characters. Uses Twitter account @interele.


Facilitation and Content Curation

Yolanda Egea is a bilingual Primary teacher and coordinator and is currently eTwinning ambassador in Granada. Fascinated by technological evangelism in classrooms, and teaching innovation through PBL and CLIL. She has participated as a trainer in the ICT School 2.0 programme and other initiatives in European projects. Contact on Twitter at @YOLANDA_EGEA


Cristina Díaz Álvarez is an English Primary School Teacher, and eTwinning ambassador since 2013. Always trying to teach in "another way" and maintain personal commitment to our pupils and families. Convinced that technology brings us closer to and opens up an increasingly connected world where learning occurs anywhere. She is the author of several student blogs. The one in this course: Follow her on Twitter as @crisdialpe

Target audience

This MOOC is aimed at working teachers in non-university education, people interested in education and those working in or related to educational practice, as well as any other person interested in the subject.

Recommended Requirements

To participate in this MOOC it is only necessary to have an Internet connection that allows you to watch videos, since much of the content that we offer is in this format. Some skill in using digital environments is necessary in order to conduct activities that facilitate reflection and debate.

You do not need to be registered in eTwinning to enroll this MOOC. However, if you already are an eTwinner, or you are thinking on registering soon, please use the same email here than in the eTwinning platform. This way, we will be able to provide you with a better support.

  1. Course Number

  2. Classes Start

    May 18, 2016
  3. Classes End

    Jun 29, 2016
  4. Estimated Effort

    Around 5 hours per week, 6 weeks