Numerous eTwinning projects and European quality labels for LINK institutions

For years, eTwinning has been the largest community of schools and teachers in Europe and one of the most popular portals and virtual spaces for students and teachers. It is part of the Erasmus + program. All the work and effort that is invested is recognized through national and European quality labels, which are awarded every year to teachers and schools for successful projects.

Through ETwinning, teachers develop their skills beyond the traditional classroom environment, connect with colleagues from Europe, and share best practices.

On the other hand, learning is more interesting, attractive, and fun for students as a result of cooperation with schools from other countries. In addition, they develop and cultivate international friendships, and gain an understanding of different countries and cultures.

They learn not only about the subject they are taking, but also develop key competencies, such as foreign language skills, cultural research, digital citizenship, learning how to learn, etc.

Why are eTwinning labels important for schools? 

eTwinning recognizes and accredits the involvement and commitment not only of individual eTwinners, but also of teams of teachers and school leaders in the school. The eTwinning School. Label recognizes the work done and marks the school as a leader in the local, national and European community.

Primary School Savremena in eTwinning projects

Primary School Savremena has joined the eTwinning project, which focuses on caring for the mental health and emotional well-being of children, through partnerships with educational institutions in Italy, Greece and Croatia. The project is implemented through international video conferences that address important topics of education and mental health.

Interaction between teachers and students is realized through the eTwinning portal. In this way, students get to know each other and exchange ideas, create presentations, materials and share them on the platform. At video conferences, teachers explain to students the specifics of the project: from how to technically participate in it to all the details related to project topics.

As part of this project, an IT brochure will be produced containing tips on maintaining well-being, materials containing various topics and project issues. Finally, a virtual exhibition of the project will be made. You can see more about the projects here

ITHS in eTwinning projects

The eTwinning label has helped ITHS stand out among its peers, as it makes it recognizable as a leader in digital practice and internet safety practices, and in encouraging continual professional development of employees and cooperative teaching practices among employees and students. This label also implies that the teachers have full mastery of ICT tools and actively use them, and digital literacy is one of the strategic goals set by the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.

In the previous year, ITHS received 13 national quality labels, while 9 projects received the European quality label. This success is even greater if we take into account that there are currently about 1 million registered teachers – eTwinners – at the EU level.

Last year, ITS received 13 national quality labels, and 9 projects received European quality labels. 

The teachers who received this label are:

  1. Tanja Gligorijević –“I Write My City with Photos” – national and European label;

  2. Tanja Bjelić – “We Are Ecology Readers” – national and European label;

  3. Aleksandar Tadić – “I Write My City with Photos” – national and European label;

  4. Marija Ivanov – “Forces of Nature and the Human Body”; national label;

  5. Nataša Topukov – “Learning about Another Culture is Like Seeing the World through a New Pair of Glasses”; national label;

  6. Ana Živković – “Free Computer: Open Your Mind, Open Your Source!” – national and European label;

  7. Slađana Ćirica – “Maths: The Language of the Universe” – national and European label.

  8. Desa Ilić – labels for two projects: “Math Explorations” – national and European label; “I Am Not Afraid of Maths” – national label;

  9. Aleksandra Prokopijević – national and European labels for two projects: “A Lifecycle of Mobile Phones: from Producing to Recycling” and “Internet Safety is as Simple as ABC (Always Be Careful)”; 

  10. Andrijana Vasić – national and European labels for two projects: “A Lifecycle of Mobile Phones: from Producing to Recycling” and “We R Coding Our Smart Home”.

Savremena Gimnazija in eTwinning projects 

Savremena gimnazija also participated in eTwinning with the project: "Hocus pocus… future focus". High schools from other countries that are participating in the project are from: Turkey, Ukraine and Spain. Through this project, students develop knowledge and skills that will help them to choose a profession, but also plan for a successful future. These activities are an integral part of career guidance and counseling. You can see the description of the project at the following link.
Other Savremena Gymnasium eTwinning projects can be viewed here:
Savremena Gymnasium teachers participating in eTwinning projects:
  • “Entrepreneurship for life” - eTwinning, cooperation with schools from Croatia, Sociology, (Jelena Spasojević, The business (Marija Milić)
  • “Safer online” -eTwinning - cooperation with a school from Turkey, English (Milica Aleksić), Philosophy (Marica Đurić)
  • “Two-faceted nature of advertising” - eTwinning- cooperation with a school from Italy, Art and Design (Tamara Rajinac), Psychology (Marija Đorđević), English (Milica Aleksić)
  • ”Voli više, troši manje” - eTwinning, Ecology and art (Milka Keser, Anita Stanković, Ivana Gajić, Jovana Isevski)
  • "Dan bezbednog interneta" - eTwinning, cooperation with a school from Italy, Natalija Stanković (Latin), Individual, group and society (Darko Tmušić) Language, media and culture (Marija Pilčević Tomašević), Serbian (Ivana Mirović)
  • “XTreme addictions” - eTwinning project, Educator (Ivan Davidović), Psychologist (Aleksandra Rakić)
  • “Multi multa nemo omnia novit” - eTwinning project, Biology (Ana Vasilić)
  • “Kvidič stereotipa i predrasuda” - eTwinning project, Pedagogue (Ivan Davidović) Psychologist (Aleksandra Rakić), Civic Education (Vidak Pejović), Psychology (Marija Đorđević), Serbian Language and Literature (Marija Pilčević Tomašević), English Language (Jovana Popović), Informatics (Sasa Ivakić, Aleksandra Babić)
  • "A life cycle of mobile phones- from producing to recycling", ETwinning project, Director (Milka Keser), Biology (Dijana Šarac), Computer Science and Informatics (Aleksandra Babić), English (Maja Merdović)
  • "Forces of nature and the human body" eTwinning project, Director (Milka Keser), Physics (Nina Stevancevic), Physics (Mladen Stankovic), Mathematics (Drasko Begus)

International School in eTwinning projects 

The International School has also participated in four eTwinning projects:
  • "International School Activist Students Against Pollution (IS_ASAP)", During the IS_ASAP initiative, the students will engage in a series of lectures and activities to learn more about the causes of air pollution but will also participate in a dissemination campaign to spread the word to a broader public. 
  • "Where's My Company?" The project is based on the creation of Business (Enterprise) where students need to do the following:- Come up with the name of a company and the name of a product. - Choose a location for the chosen company. 
  • "The Taste of Exploring with Games", To embark on an adventure through the right paths to our cultural world with the games we will design.
  • "Mindfulness in Teaching", In this project, students will have an opportunity to join the mindfulness classes. During the class, students learn the basic mindfulness meditations and routines. Mindfulness will be introduced to the students as a tool to be calmer, more focused, and concentrated. 
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