image The 2016 eTwinning Monitoring report presents the results of the pilot programme tracking the impact of eTwinning projects on teachers’ practice and competence development!

As part of eTwinning’s pedagogical monitoring programme, eTwinning developed the Monitoring eTwinning Practice (MeTP) pilot activity. The MeTP Maturity Model on which the pilot activity was based, was developed to provide a tool to assist in tracking the impact of eTwinning projects on teachers’ practice and competence development in two areas, pedagogical competence and digital competence, as reported by eTwinners.
The pilot involved a group of mostly first-time eTwinners, 35 teachers from 19 countries, and was implemented over a period of 8 months (December 2014 – July 2015). The results presented in the 2016 eTwinning report illustrate that by implementing eTwinning projects, aided by the reflection tools and processes of the MeTP model, all participating teachers were able to make progress and track their competence development. This positive result confirms the usefulness of the model and the interest to deploy it again in some format in the future.
The 2016 eTwinning report is available in 6 languages. You can find the translations on the eTwinning portal.

Type
report
Author
Caroline Kearney
Year
2016
Audience
educational authorities, general public, policy makers, researchers, teachers
Topics
Innovation
Related projects
eTwinning
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