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eTwinning: creativity and innovation through collaboration

Administrator:  Grazina Likpetriene (Radviliskis Art school (Lithuania)

Co-Presenter Names:  Vladimir Mosijenko (Slovakia),Tanja Gvozdeva (Latvia), Larisa Tichonova (Lithuania)
Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Europa

Language in Which You Will Present: Russian, English

Target Audience(s): Administrators interested in school projects & Teachers & Librarians

Short Session Description (one line):
Schools in Europe achieve creativity and innovation through eTwinning online projects: ICT tools for supporting teaching and learning, examples of practice and pedagogical experiences in this area.

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):
Have you ever dreamed of schooling in a creative community?
Creativity plays a larger role than ever before for the average person, but schools are teaching less creativity. Will universal pubic schools fade away or will they transform themselves into a new life form to meet new needs? 
We have paid attention to learning in the direction of creativity and experiments developed by European teachers through projects. Project is a process. It is a search. Project depends more on questions than on answers. We aim to share the pedagogical experiences in this area and to ask questions about the setting up of this type of project pedagogy at both local and international levels.

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