It is this time of the year that in eTwinning we publish the eTwinning report where we analyse the impact we have on schools, teachers and students all over Europe and beyond.
Almost 6,000 eTwinners participated in the 2017 survey and we are delighted to announce the results.
90% of the respondents reported that the top skills most impacted by eTwinning are their ability to teach cross-curricular skills and project-based teaching skills.
However, eTwinning’s impact not only affects teachers but also their schools and students. Students are not only becoming more creative but also more collaborative with their teachers and fellow students.
Over 90% of respondents state that eTwinning has had a positive impact on increasing student motivation and fostering collaborative work among them.
Around 80% of respondents believe eTwinning has had a particularly positive impact at school level on improving the relationship between students and teachers!
eTwinning is a vibrant community of more than half a million teachers working in 182,000 schools. More than 61,000 innovative projects have been carried out, involving more than 2,000,000 excited students across the continent over the years.
The full report “eTwinning Twelve Years On: Impact on teachers’ practice skills, and professional development opportunities, as reported by eTwinners” will be online soon. Until then, check the summary of the report here. Find out why you should join the biggest community of teachers in Europe, and inspire your learners and school!