1. How accurate is my eTwinning profile?
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I N F O R M A T I O N D I S P L A Y
The image we choose gives information about us. In eTwinning, as in many other social networks, profiles
which include an image get more hits and interactions than those which don’t.
None: There’s no image.
Fair: There’s an image, but I’m not recognizable or it does not deliver any information about me.
Good: There’s a personal image –edited or not- which allows recognizing me, or I’m using a
Excellent: There’s a personal image –edited or not- which allows recognizing me, or I’m using a
personalized avatar. In any case, the main image or other images in my gallery suggest some
ideas about my professional profile.
This is the space for direct interaction with other eTwinners. Here we display up-to-date information:
comments or recommendations about other eTwinning activities, suggestions for projects, interesting
None: There are no posts.
Fair: There are posts, but they are vague, with no specific information.
Good: Posts give specific, useful information. It may allow other eTwinners to know better about me.
Excellent: Posts give specific, useful information. It may allow other eTwinners to know better about
me. They are specially useful for any teacher with a profile or interests similar to mine. They
invite to interaction and comments on my board.
We describe here our professional profile, our interests and main work lines. Even if it can be edited, the
information delivered is supposed to be stable in the short term. We should include key words which
allow us to be searched. It is convenient to use all languages we want to use to communicate with other
None: There is no description.
Fair: There is a description, but it does not deliver much specific information about my professional
preferences and profile.
Good: In my description, I include some basic professional details, like subjects I teach or the age of
Excellent: Besides some basic details, I add key ideas about possible projects and work lines. I use
more than one language.
2. 4. PROJECT IDEA
Do we already have any idea on what we want for our next project? This is the place to make it public.
Even if it is a general, not detailed idea, we should avoid being too vague. We can give hints on various
aspects of the project; theme, subjects, methodology, age of students, kits we’d like to use... Remember
to keep it updated according to our preferences at any moment. It is convenient to publish it in all
languages we want to use in our project.
None: There is no description.
Fair: There is a description, but it is too vague and gives little specific information on the kind of
project I’d like to work in.
Good: There is a description which includes some basic details, like age, subjects, duration...
Excellent: Besides these basic details, I mention main objectives, the methodologies I wish to explore,
or I refer to other similar projects.
Have a look at you status in “Available for an eTwinning project” and “Available for an eTwinning Plus
project”. Do they reflect your real preferences? Remember that if you tag yourself as “not available” you
will be invisible for search engines and contact lists when other eTwinners are looking for partners.
None: Mmmm... no, I haven’t checked, but I’m a bit too busy now. I’ll do it later.
Fair: I still haven’t got a clear idea on one/any of the options. In the meanwhile, I keep it/them marked
Good: I still haven’t got a clear idea on one/any of the options. In the meanwhile, I keep it/them
marked as “yes”, so I’m open to be contacted. Who knows, maybe someone will come with an
Excellent: I have checked both status and they reflect my current wishes regarding participating or not
in eTwinning or eTwinning Plus projects.