eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe. eTwinning is co-funded by the Erasmus+, the European programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport.
2020 is the year of Climate Change and Environmental Challenges for eTwinning.
Lie Detectors, the award-winning project that aims to turn schoolchildren into powerful lie detectors and critical thinkers is a Friend of eTwinning.
La Iruela is a small Spanish town that sits on a peak of the Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park (the second largest protected area in Europe) and is home to the ruins of an 11th-century Moorish, and later Templar, fortress.
In 2019, groups on eTwinning Live continued to grow and to attract new members. At the end of 2019, there were more than 3,500 active groups involving 130,000 eTwinners.