Ambassadors` task force training session - eTw-NSS-PDW

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Ambassadors’ task force
training session
Sommarøy, Norway
Friday 14th June 2013
Overview
1. Overview – work of the task force
2. Ambassadors – important questions
3. Visibility – the eTwinning Ambassadors’ story
4. Connecting the network – online communities
5. Ambassador trouble-shooting
6. Ambassador introductions
WORK OF THE
AMBASSADORS’ TASK FORCE
Ambassadors’ Task force – what and who?
What?
- Been around since 2008
- Coordinated by CSS
- Made up of NSS members
- Sharing best practice from National Ambassador networks
- Defining the concept of ‘European’ ambassador
- Defining priorities for 2013 and beyond
- Planning and delivering key objectives of Catania mini-conference
2012/13
2008
Belgium-FL
Sara
Bart
Bulgaria
Stoyan
Cyprus
Thekla
Ireland
Switzerland
Italy
Iceland
Kay
Joris
Alex and Donatella
Gudmundur
Jeanette
Petr
Martina Malta
Poland
Barbara
Lisbeth
Francis
Elizabeth
and Claude Norway
Czech Republic
France
Germany Heike
Greece
Xanthie Irene
Hungary
Klaudia
Slovakia
UK
Gabriela and Eva
Susan
and
Sophie
Liz and
Owain
Achievements until now
ETAN and PDWs
Varna
Chania
Limassol
Establishment of the ETAN
network and the
organisation of specific
PDWs for eTwinning
Ambassadors
Ischia
Villasimus
Nottingham
Athens
Achievements until now
Central co-ordination
Greater co-ordination of
Ambassadors at central
level
Achievements until now
Online course
Development of an online
training course for
European ambassadors
Content development
Selection of Ambassadors
Delivery of online
training
Evaluation of the
training course
NSS priorities for 2013 discussion - Athens
Four Priorities for 2013
Priority 1
More visibility on the Portal
and Desktop
Priority 2
More visibility outside
eTwinning
Priority 3
An online Ambassadors’
community
Priority 4
Special events for
Ambassadors
Objectives of this workshop
Look at the
Ambassador concept
Develop a structure for
the e-Book
Analysis online
networking options
AMBASSADORS – THE
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
What is an eTwinning Ambassador?
What is an eTwinning Ambassador?
AMBASSADORS – THE
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
What does an eTwinning Ambassador do?
What does an eTwinning Ambassador do?
What my
kids think I
do
What my
boss thinks I
do
What is an eTwinning Ambassador?
What my family
thinks I do
What my
colleagues
think I do
What is an eTwinning Ambassador?
What I
actually do
What does an eTwinning Ambassador in
your country do?
The Ambassadors
Hans Holbein
the Younger
1533
National Gallery, London
The Ambassadors
UK
Ambassadors
2008
British Council, London
ETWINNING AMBASSADORS’
NETWORK – THE BIG QUESTIONS
Do we have a strong Ambassadors’ network in
eTwinning?
Is our network known/visible to the outside world?
Do other LLP programmes have Ambassadors’
networks?
VISIBILITY – THE ETWINNING
AMBASSADORS’ STORY
Introduction – Setting the context
Quantitative study
Qualitative study
Impact
Evaluation (recommendations?)
Online
content
Link for brainstorming activity:
http://tricider.com/multiBrainstorming/C9d2
CONNECTING THE NETWORK
Other online community platforms
Rating matrix
Rating
5 - Excellent
4 – Very good
3 - Good
4 – Not great
5 - Terrible
Usability
Ability to subdivide groups
Security
AMBASSADOR TROUBLESHOOTING
AMBASSADOR
INTRODUCTIONS
NEXT STEPS
Brain-storming session
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