Learning about the European Union in school through eTwinning
Nov 19

Learning about the European Union in school through eTwinning



Learning languages, both indigenous and foreign, is an agreed priority in the European Union in terms of the development of communicative language skills of citizens. This FOCO practice describes the linguistic benefits for students and teachers involved in European eTwinning projects. The eTwinning programme promotes collaboration between schools in Europe by supporting projects that enhance pupils’ learning. Within this context, project-based learning has proven to be a supportive approach in helping students develop linguistic skills and digital literacy. The paper reports on findings from a Bulgarian research project funded by Sofia University entitled ‘The EU starts at school’, and reports on the development of linguistic skills within project-based activities in the eTwinning project.

Lengua enseñada
Inglés
Nivel (CEFR/ACTFL)
Inicial (A)
Fecha de comienzo
04 / 01 / 2016
Fecha de finalización
30 / 06 / 2017
Creado en
Sofia University (BG)
Implementado en
Sofia University (BG)
Destinatarios
Educación secundaria
Tecnología utilizada
- Colaboración online (wikis, software y apps colaborativas (Google docs, etc.), marcadores sociales, preguntas y respuestas sociales, etc.) - Plataformas de gestión y creación de cursos online e híbridos (Moodle, Blackboard, Canvas, Sakai, etc.; sistemas de creación de cursos online, etc.)
Técnicas docentes
- Enseñanza presencial / Blended learning / Online - Aprendizaje basado en proyectos - Aprendizaje colaborativo-cooperativo
Información de contacto

Stoyanka Vicheva Delibeeva, delibeeva@abv.bg

¿Cómo citar esta buena práctica?
Delibeeva, Stoyanka; n/a. (2016). "Learning about the European Union in school through eTwinning". En línea: https://foco.usal.es/fichas/learning-about-the-european-union-in-school-through-etwinning/. Repositorio FOCO [17-08-2022].