presenting a collaborative Event on the eTwinning Plattform by Angela Metallinou

Presentation of our live event with screenshots.

The event of topic 2, Module 3 was created by Rafael Climent, from Spain, on the 30th December 2016, from 16.00 to 17.15 CET and the topic was “Active Citizenship”.
The other participants were: Ferruccio Drago from Italy, Daniela Bunea from Romania and me, Angela Metallinou, from Greece. The event was quite a success, (so were we grated from Daniela at the event – she gave us 5, although most of us voted 4!) except the fact that Ferruccio had some problems with his microphone, which produced too many noise. So he participated while writing.
As Ferruccio commented on “Make eTwinning Life” Rafael was very efficient and we all contributed positively, sharing our slides, taking screenshots, participating to the discussion and following attentively the instructions Rafael was giving us.
Our subject was about "EU Citizenship", so we presented our ppts about the subject and exchanged some ideas, about the project some of us have completed with their classes. First was my ppt presented.
Then followed the presentation from Ferruccio.
Rafael shared with us the padlet of his class, where they are working asychronous and collaboratively.
I had a little problem when it was my turn to share my screen. Something techical appeared, that I couldnt solve at this time.
We shared in the "Discussion notes" our thoughts about our collaboration.
Rafael organized a poll, where we graded this event.
And at the end we wrote on the whiteboard sychronous some thoughts.
I think the event was a quite good collaborative task for all of us, who experimented for the first time with the live events on the eTwinning platform. Although we complained about our bad English, as it is not our mother tongue, we succeeded in having a very good positive atmosphere and spirit of cooperation among us.
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