Thanks to everyone who welcomed us to Lithuania and provided such an interesting, and most importantly, fruitful PDW.
The level of expertise and experience of the presenters as well as the delegates helped create a meaningful experience and encouraged the creation of exciting links and projects which I personally have started preparing for already. The PDW was enlightening and informative – especially on the use of technologies for learning (a particular interest of mine) – and the opportunity to establish links and get e-twinning started for our school was worth the long journey.
I know the UK party all made useful links and got a great deal from the experience (not forgetting a visit to the icebar!). On returning from Lithuania I was able to communicate my enthusiasm to colleagues at Our Lady Queen of Peace in Lancashire so expect more e-twinners from our IT and geography departments soon. Hope to meet up again soon – virtually or in person and give our learners the opportunity to work together.
Written by N.Dunbar, Assistant Head Teacher
Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Engineering College, Skelmersdale, England