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Visibility of eTwinning Projects Group July 2014 Newsletter -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------our special children at the award ceremonies in the midst of all the other students from different types of schools - as winners among winners! inclusion is possible, and inclusive education is an enrichment for all: www.trickfilms.wikispaces.com and www.gamesinhistory.weebly.com. Diversity as an opportunity – a principle of inclusion – realized with eTwinning! This success brought it about that also mainstream schools offered themselves as eTwinning partners. The projects were increasingly becoming projects between very different types of schools. All were working together on one common topic, all students made contributions and they were all part of the whole. Please have a look at http://trash09.wikispaces.com/ to see an example. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Learning, Teaching, Exchanging – School Cooperation in the Danube Region by Tonka Panayotova My own path then led through a master's program, and now I work in an inclusive classroom (secondary education) and I am teaching at a university for education – always with eTwinning as a companion and as a way to show the idea of inclusion as a viable ideal of a “school for all”. In recent projects disabled / not disabled, SN school / mainstream school has no longer been an issue at all, the schools found themselves together out of interest in the topic. And the results are proof: This thematic conference was organized by the Austrian National Agency for Lifelong Learning, the Austrian National eTwinning Support Service and PA9. It took place in Vienna, Austria on 25-26 June 2014 and was focused on teacher cooperation in the Danube region. There were 53 participants from Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Ukraine. They had the possibility to learn more about the Danube Region and its challenges in the 21st century and created future partnerships. 106