As part of the 10-year anniversary of eTwinning, 6,000 eTwinning teachers took part in a survey which investigated how eTwinning is affecting participating teachers’ professional practice and professional development.
91% of teachers reported that eTwinning improved their cross curricular skills
One of the areas in which eTwinning has had its biggest impact is in the area of teaching cross-curricular skills. Over 90% of teachers surveyed declared that their competence in teaching transversal skills such as team work, creativity, problem-solving, and decision taking were improved by eTwinning.
89% of teachers reported that their foreign language skills for teaching and project-based teaching skills were improved by eTwinning
Working on projects with teachers from different countries has a significant impact on teachers’ project-based teaching skills, as well as foreign language skills for teaching. Similarly, 80% of teachers reported that their skills in teaching in a multilingual/multicultural setting benefited from taking part in eTwinning projects.
To learn about the ways that eTwinning can benefit your teaching, download ‘eTwinning Ten Years On’.