On 1 March, the EU-funded eTwinning schools project will launch its first campaign of the year around the annual theme of Media Literacy and Disinformation. The campaign will run until 5 April.
The project has prepared various activities and online events for its members. It also encourages eTwinners to create online activities for their students on Media Literacy and Disinformation and various sub-themes such as: fake news, digital footprint and others.
To participate, one should log into eTwinning Live and look for the dedicated campaign page in the eTwinning Group: Media Literacy and Disinformation, which was opened earlier this month. Through this dedicated group, 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 Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
participate in eTwinning projects.
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