Meet the winning projects:
AGE CATEGORIES – WINNERS
- AGE CATEGORY: 4 – 11: LYPS – Let Your Passion Shine
- AGE CATEGORY: 12 – 15: Health4life
- AGE CATEGORY: 16 – 19: Photography as a pedagogical tool
AGE CATEGORIES – RUNNERS-UP
- AGE CATEGORY: 4 – 11: Talking Pictures
- AGE CATEGORY: 12 – 15: Stories in History
- AGE CATEGORY: 16 – 19: EUROGUIDE: A Students’ Guidebook through Young Europe
- Spanish language – Winner project: ¿Conoces este cuento?
- French language – Winner project: Moi, Toi, lettres à nous
- Marie Skłodowska Curie Prize – Winner project: R.I.V.E.R (Research Inside and Verify the Environmental Risk)
- Mevlana Prize for Intercultural Understanding – Winner project: e-cultural Kaleidoscope
- English as a second language Prize – Winner project: Gold rules of good behaviour
Learn more about last year winner projects:
Muriele Dejaune and Marcos Vence Ruibal, founders of Pek, the Traveller Flea 3 – Evolution, rewarded as the best eTwinning project (Pupils age 16-19) in March 2013, present their VET project. “eTwinning is very useful because thanks to its projects, pupils can open their eyes to the European labour market”.
Cornelia Melcu and Jolanta Okuniewska, founders of Friends Fur-ever, rewarded as the best eTwinning project (Pupils age 4-11) in March 2013, and their young pupils share their experience after having brought dogs into all subjects: “In maths, in Romanian, in art and even in music we were discussing dogs”.
Isabelle Bonnassies and Belogia Paraskevi, founders of the project Rainbow Village, rewarded as the best eTwinning project (pupils aged 12-15) in March 2013, share their experience within this project with the participation of teachers and students from France, Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Slovakia and the United Kingdom.