The Monitoring eTwinning Practice (MeTP) pilot was tested in 2015 as an experiment in the use of reflective tools and processes. We offered a mechanism to track the progress of eTwinners’ digital and pedagogical competences development resulting from their involvement in eTwinning projects. 35 teachers from 19 countries took part and a report of the teachers’ reactions was published in 2016.
Taking into consideration the recommendations from the pilot evaluation, we are happy to announce the launch of the next phase of this pilot. MeTP 2.0 will be deployed on a larger scale offering the opportunity of participation and benefit to all eTwinners.
The objective of MeTP 2.0 is to assess teachers’ pedagogical, digital and collaboration competences, awareness and development via the involvement in eTwinning activities (projects, Professional Development, networking).
At the same time, eTwinners will receive customised guidance of the different activities that eTwinning can offer.
How does it work?
- Login to https://metp.etwinning.net with your eTwinning username and password and complete the self-assessment questionnaire. You will learn about your level on pedagogical, digital and collaborative competence.
- Once you complete the questionnaire you can visit your personalised feedback page and check the proposed eTwinning resources and activities. The page will be frequently updated with new eTwinning resources.
- Participate in the proposed activities over the next few months.
- In eight months, we will invite you to take the questionnaire again to see how you regard the level of your competences after a period of reflection.
The questionnaire will be available in six languages (EN, DE, FR, IT, PL, ES).
If you want to check the level of your digital, pedagogical and collaborative competence and receive personalized guidance through eTwinning activities you shouldn’t miss this opportunity!