Support for international school projects

Support for international school projects


To promote greater collaboration and exchange of information between schools the European Union (EU) has developed a portal called eTwinning.net, where teachers and students are able to use the Internet to work together across borders, news reports said. Schools cooperate, exchange information and share learning materials. Schools in primary and secondary education (indicative age bracket 3-19 year olds) within the EU are becoming involved. Various activities with optional content are supported,...


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