eTwinning Annual Conference 2021: Media Literacy and Disinformation

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This year’s eTwinning Annual Conference takes place online and will explore the theme of Media Literacy and Disinformation. The programme will consist of themed talks from experts and a series of themed workshops. More than 500 teachers from across Europe will attend. With both a keynote address and over 40 different workshops led by experts in the field, participants will share new and effective educational approaches, methods and materials.

The eTwinning Annual Conference is aimed at Teachers of primary, lower and upper secondary teachers. Intermediate and advance levels in eTwinning.

Registration open until 27 September 2021

Please note the eligibility criteria:
  • You must be teaching in a school in Ireland during the 2021-22 school year.
  • You must be teaching pupils aged 4-18 in any subject during the 2021-22 school year.
  • You must be registered on
  • A maximum of one teacher per school will be eligible to attend this event.
  • Priority will be given to applicants who have not previously attended an eTwinning European Professional Development Workshop or partner finding event.
  • Priority will be given to those with a clear dissemination plan for sharing learning outcomes with colleagues back in school.
  • Priority will be given to teachers who have a clear proposal about their future project in eTwinning. is Ireland’s largest part-time course finder database, with thousands of part-time courses, evening, morning and weekend classes and adult education courses to choose from. You’ll find your perfect course on

Steven Galvin

NUI Cert. in Psychology in Scoil Mhuire Clane
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