The EU-funded eTwinning Plus project has announced the schools awarded the European Quality Label 2018. The European Quality Label is a second mark of success and indicates that a project conducted within the eTwinning program has reached a certain European standard.
It is awarded by the Central Support Service (CSS) to teachers in a project which has been proposed for the European Quality Label by at least one National Support Service, after a screening process and includes at least two partners that have received the National Quality Label. The European Quality Label is awarded once a year.
A total of 1,204 projects received the 2018 European Quality Label for outstanding work, including schools and teachers from four Eastern Neighborhood countries: Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
A detailed list of the distinguished schools, teachers and the projects that helped them obtain their Quality Label can be found here. 24 projects in Georgia were awarded, including projects implemented by teachers in public schools in Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Tsalenjikha, Gurjaani, Baghdati, Kareli, Gori, Zugdidi, and Khashuri.
The eTwinning Plus project offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in an EU Eastern or South Neighborhood country (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Tunisia, Ukraine, Jordan and Lebanon). The safe, online platform allows staff to connect with counterparts in European schools, facilitating communication, collaboration, joint project development, and information sharing.