Self Teaching Materials
"Mentoring@sch" at a glance
Cities and Countries
What is Mentoring?
Getting to know each other
My Favorite Subjects
Onsite Meeting in Greece
Online Meeting for Tutees
Onsite meeting in Poland
Polish & Greek Tutors
Polish & Greek Tutees
Tutors and Tutees (ICT event)
Tutors and Tutees (Literature Event)
Module 1: Foreign Language
Tutors' work: Vocabulary & Activities
Tutors' Work: Vocabulary Fun
Tutors & Tutees: QR codes for Idioms
Tutees' work: Infographics
Tutees' work: Drawing
Tutees' work: Videos
Module 2 :Informatics
run marco tutorial
Tutees' work : QR codes
Tutees' Work: Easter coding
Module 3: Literature
Tutees' work: Extra
What we have done together!
Fun and Creativity
Private email messages
Evaluation & Dissemination
Netiquette Rules &Tips for Creating Strong Passwords
Rules of Good Behavior
all TwinSpace members should abide with.
" is network etiquette, the do's and don'ts of online communication.
covers both common courtesy online and the informal "rules of the road" of cyberspace.
Be nice to others. Use "please", "thank you", "Could you ....for me, please?" etc.
Use project language exclusively! To communicate with your partners, avoid using your mother tongue or any other language. Use English. When you need to use a word or phrase or short text in your native l
anguage, make sure you also provide its translation in English.
Be careful with your spelling and avoid shortening words; your texts should be easy to understand.
Use emoticons or smileys to show your emotions.You can also use punctuation marks or capital letters (although capital
the Internet seems like shouting, think twice before you write)
Use Forums to ask questions and get advice from Mentors. Use copy and paste to interact in a forum from another person’s text. It’s ok to copy the text of reference to clarify what we are talking about.
Respect others. Check and double-check the images or videos you upload on TwinSpace for offensive material. Be positive and polite when you comment in the Project Journal or in the Forums or on other TwinSpace Members' walls. Be kind and friendly when you send messages through TwinMail. Respect others' opinions. Insults are strictly forbidden.
Make sure you understand what is written or said before you decide it is insulting. Think twice before you react. Get used to the idea that project partners use a Foreign Language and they may do so inappropriately at times.
espect copyright laws. Avoid using images/videos/texts without the author's permission. Such material can be used for educational purposes as long as its source is acknowledged and its author is credited.
Add CC Search
to your browser. Look for
, attribution free photos at
Searching for reusable content is an important function enabled by Creative Commons. You can use Google to search for Creative Commons content, look for pictures at Flickr, albums at Jamendo, and general media at
. The Wikimedia Commons, the multimedia repository of Wikipedia, is a core user of the Creative Commons licenses as well. For music, you can take a look at the eTwinning article "
Malbert’s Melodier: Music for Teachers from a Teacher
", which informs the readers about a collection of royalty free music developed for eTwinning.
(eSafety and eTwinning, Privacy and Data Protection)
Useful recommendations for creating a strong password:
Make it long and complex, ideally between 10 and 14 characters; the length of a password is the most important aspect of password strength
Use a mix of numerals, symbols, upper- and lower-case letters and punctuation;
Use mnemonic devices to help you remember it i.e. an acronym for a sentence such as “My daughter, Harriet, is a great tennis player” becomes “Md,h,=gr8tP” or “I love singing in the rain every single day!” becomes “I<3SitR364!”
Never use any personally identifying information in the password. This includes names, birthdates, pets, street addresses, schools, phone numbers, license plate numbers, etc. These will be first guesses for anyone trying to gain access to your account.