Visibility of eTwinning Projects Group Newsletter no. 5 - July 2015 - Page 92

Visibility of eTwinning Projects Group July 2015 Newsletter -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Candidates who met the above requirements and were shortlisted on the basis of the entire application were then interviewed in English. The final decision on the selection of participants from Serbia eTwinning National Support Team Serbia was made on the basis of the entire registration of candidates and the interview. When choosing the participants the geographical representation of schools from different regions of Serbia and types of schools were also taken into account. The following teachers from Serbia participated: Milica Mladenović, English language teacher at the Legal Business School in Niš, Vesna Prugić Mileusnić, Serbian language teacher from high school "Mihajlo Pupin" in Novi Sad, Aleksandra Danilović, math teacher in primary school "Svetislav Golubović Mitraljeta" in Batajnica, Dejan Zekavičić, English language teacher in elementary school "Milan Blagojević" in Lučani and Dalibor Todorović, teacher of informatics and computer science in elementary school "Sreten Mladenović Mika" in Niš. After that a workshop for introducing participants was organized. They were divided into seven groups where each group had to identify their experiences, goals and expectations from eTwinning and to present the conclusions of their group. The facilitator of this activity was Lubica Sokolíkova from the National Support Services of Slovakia. On the second day there was a workshop on conflicts and differences. Its aim was to help selecting partners on projects and deal with problems in cooperation and it was held by the lecturer Lenka Práznovská, a clinical psychologist. The next workshop introduced the Desktop and TwinSpace for new registered users, moderated by Jana Jamrišková from Slovakia. The seminar began on May 21st with introductory speeches held by the officials and representatives of National Support Services of Slovakia and Austria. Martin Gradl from the National Support Services of Austria gave a lecture on the synergy between eTwinning and Erasmus + program and introduced the School Education Gateway portal www.schooleducationgateway.eu. In the afternoon sessions there was a workshop called "How do you do?". In this workshop participants learned how to implement the selected web 2.0 tools for interaction and exchange, as well as for presentation and creation in order to build a secure, interactive and creative project activities and how to integrate them in various stages of eTwinning projects. Tools presented for the interaction and exchange were: Socrative, Mentimeter, Kahoot, Answergarden, Stickymoose, Todaysmeet, Tricider, and tools presented for creating and presenting were: Jig Saw planet, Walkie, Animoto, Audiopal, Blabberize, BombayTV, Fotobabble, PictureTrail, Present.me, Quizlt, ThingLink, Slidetalk. The moderator was Bart Verswijvel, from the Belgium National Support Services. The next workshops was "Be creative, let your mind have fun". In this workshop, participants tested several tools for increasing the level of creativity of students and teachers in the eTwinning projects. These tools can be used in various subjects and support the fun that can be experienced while 92