Our very first eTwinning Video Conference

Dear parents,

to get to know our partners better we decided to organise a flash meeting video conference. It took place on Monday 12th November at 1 o’clock in the afternoon. First we were a little nervous because we had never done anything like that before but as soon as our children saw their Polish partners and heard their voices the tension disappeared and came to be replaced by joy and curiosity and the atmosphere started to be very pleasant. We sang songs to each other, introduced ourselves as well as asked each other questions. All the children laughed and enjoyed this experience a lot.

Video conferencing is a very effective tool as it enhances distance learning. It was indeed a great experience as the children could interact face-to-face with one of the partners. 🙂 We’re really looking forward to the next one.

Enjoy watching 😀

Ms Claudine

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10 thoughts on “Our very first eTwinning Video Conference

  1. Well done Ms. Claudine and all the pupils !

  2. Prosit Ms Claudine! What an educational experience!

  3. Thanks Ms Mifsud…..am so happy we managed so well. 😉

  4. Hi, it was great to have a video conference with you 🙂 Thank you for making Polish flags – we’re sorry but we couldn’t see them yesterday on the screen 😦

    • It was great to meet you and interact face-to-face instead of the usual twinspace type of communication. It’s ok the kids simply loved preparing and waving them to you….it added to the excitement. 🙂

  5. It was also a fantastic experience for us 🙂

  6. Dear Ms Claudine prosit and well done for your first e-twinning video-conference. What a difference from how we used to get to know other students outside our country at that time. Prosit and keep it up. Kelsey is always coming up with so many things to tell me O:)

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