Don’t miss the best moments of the eTwinning Conference 2014:
The winners from the European eTwinning Prizes 2014 will participate in the Conference. Meet the winning projects in the following videos, subtitled in 25 languages:
AGE CATEGORIES – WINNERS
- AGE CATEGORY: 4 – 11: LYPS – Let Your Passion Shine
“I think that LYPS was successful firstly because it was based on the collaboration among all partners, teachers and pupils and secondly, because it finally managed to reveal the passion and the talent of all pupils”. Dorota Zimacka and Rania Bekiri, founders of LYPS (Let Your Passion Shine), and some of the participating pupils, present their project and share their experience in this video. LYPS was rewarded as the best eTwinning project (Pupils age 4-11).
- AGE CATEGORY: 12 – 15: Health4life
Paulien du Fossé and Mariangela Bielli, founders of Health4life, and some of the students involved, share their experience: “It gives us a new approach to teaching in which pupils take on an active role and for us, teachers, it also means we learn instead of just teaching”. Health4life was rewarded as the best eTwinning project, in the age category 12-15.
- AGE CATEGORY: 16 – 19: Photography as a pedagogical tool
Photography as a pedagogical tool was rewarded as the best eTwinning project, pupils age 16-19. Marie Švehlová and Maria Silva, founders of the project, and some of the students involved, present their project: “The project is a window to a global world through which we can get in touch with a variety of cultures”.
AGE CATEGORIES – RUNNERS-UP
The runners-up from the European eTwinning Prizes 2014 will participate in the Conference. Meet their projects:
- AGE CATEGORY: 4 – 11: Talking Pictures
- AGE CATEGORY: 12 – 15: Stories in History
- AGE CATEGORY: 16 – 19: EUROGUIDE: A Students’ Guidebook through Young Europe