eTwinning campaign on Media Literacy and Disinformation
September 1, 2021

eTwinning campaign on Media Literacy and Disinformation

On 1 September, the EU-funded eTwinning schools project launches the eTwinning Weeks 2021 Campaign based on the annual theme of Media Literacy and Disinformation. The campaign will run until 28 October.

The campaign aims to offer eTwinners the chance to receive support for the first steps towards creating their own quality eTwinning projects around the annual theme and to develop professionally.

Online events, including expert talks, project fairs and best-practice sessions, will guide participants through the creation of an innovative project. eTwinning teachers will be able to improve their understanding of how to respond to disinformation and reinforce their skills to teach media literacy.

Thousands of schools in ArmeniaAzerbaijanGeorgiaMoldova and Ukraine 

participate in eTwinning projects.

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