The EU-funded eTwinning schools project, which this year focuses on media literacy and disinformation, is opening a dedicated group, aiming to improve teachers’ understanding of how to respond to disinformation and reinforce their skills to teach media literacy.
Through the ‘Media Literacy and Disinformation’ group, eTwinning teachers will be able to share their expertise, discuss methodologies with other colleagues across Europe and beyond, and find support for professional development.
The group will provide its participants with materials, project kits and teaching guides. Registered eTwinners can also join online events organised by the group, and participate in activities and discussions.
Thousands of schools in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
participate in eTwinning projects.
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