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Bye-bye #twinmooc. Hello, eTwinning

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. It’s after-dinner time at #twinmooc. The five-course menu is over and this Thursday no new dishes will be brought to our buffet table. This does not mean that we have to leave the restaurant at all. For many people, these after-dinner talks are the best part of the meal. We still have over one week (until Friday, 02/06) ahead for new projects to be submitted, assessed and…

Collaboration and ICT are the stars of the week at #twinmooc

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. After more than one month working on it, #twinmooc has possibly no secrets for most of the participants. We have been surfing around, doing activities, overcoming challenges and writing dozens of messages in the different social networks. We have also learnt about the key elements of a project, as well as how to make it more social and more digital. Some may have already visited the…

After one week of #twinmooc

When we are about to turn the first week of “Open eTwinning” we would like to share with you a summary of the activities and challenges of this first week. If you have not yet completed all the challenges, or you haven’t even started them, don’t worry; the MOOC will remain open until june 2 and it’s only you who decide the rhythm of your progress. Let’s start revising a few numbers just to have a broad idea of the size of the digital conversation which is taking place within this MOOC. After a week of activity, more than 900 people…

Bye bye #twinmooc, hello eTwinning.

It’s after-dinner time at #twinmmoc. The five-course menu is over and this Wednesday no new dishes will be brought to our buffet table. This does not mean that we have to leave the restaurant at all. For many people, these after-dinner talks are the best part of the meal. So, please, take a cup of coffee (or any other drink to your liking), seat back and enjoy the evening as you mop up the bits of chocolate from your dessert plate 🙂 It’s also possible that you haven’t finished your meal yet. Don’t worry; everything will keep open and working so…

Four weeks back, two weeks ahead

After four weeks, #twinmooc has possibly no secrets for you. You have been surfing around, doing activities, overcoming challenges and writing dozens of messages in the different social networks. You already know -or are on your way to know- the key elements of a project, how to make it more social and more digital. And some of you have already visited the specific workspace of eTwinning. So far, we have been informing here about the main aspects of each week. Now it’s time to have a look at the main contents of this week’s unit (unit 4), although we know that…

And, three weeks later…

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Awesome third week in  Open eTwinning MOOC! Interest is growing among participants as we are closer to the quality design of an eTwinning project. During this phase, we are encouraged to study the most important elements about planning a collaborative quality project and the quality in eTwinning projects according to the most relevant criteria.  All this research has helped us to create the draft, as the…

Two weeks of #twinmooc

Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. We are about to finish the second week of #twinmooc and the community keeps growing. It grows in the number of enrollees and, most important, in the quantity and quality of contributions to the different tasks and challenges set so far. But before going on, we would like to welcome all newcomers. You know this is an “Open” course and you can go in and out…

First week of Twinmooc

When we are about to turn the first week of “Open eTwinning” we would like, first of all, to thank all participants for the enthusiasm you are showing and the high level of activity seen so far. You have made ​​it a hard yet interesting task to follow everything you’re posting in the different forums of the course. Congratulations! At this point, we would like to share with you a summary of the activities and challenges of this first week. If you have not yet completed all the challenges, or you haven’t even started them, don’t worry; the MOOC will…