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Malta National eTwinning Awards 2021

Malta National eTwinning Awards 2021 held on 28th January 2022.

The Malta National Support Office would like to thank all the eTwinning educators for their work, dedication and professionalism in the eTwinning projects submitted for review, whilst congratulating the winners for this year as follows:

Best Media Literacy & Disinformation Project: Mr Mario Xerri - Stop-Think-Click; • Best Collaborative Project: Everyday Superheroes -Ms Svetlana Fenech, Ms Glorianne Borg, Ms Roberta Azzopardi, Ms Claire Vella, Ms Sarah Mallia, Ms Beverly Baldacchino, Ms Mandy Stagno, Ms Lynne Aquilina • Best Fun Project: My Pet and Your Pet- Ms Giorganne Scerri • Best National Project: Research, Write, Publish! – Ms Dorita Maniscalco, Ms Lina Debattista, Mr Robert Attard, Mr Geoffrey Galea. • Best National Project (Runner Up): Solidarieta’ – Mr Louis Borg, Ms Donna Bajada • Best European Early Years Project: Easter Box – Ms Doreen Barr • Best European Primary Schools Project: I am in, too – Anna Maria Gauci • Best European Primary Schools Project (Runner Up): ALL THE WORLD, OUR WORLD – Ms Marisa Azzopardi Duca • Best European Secondary Schools Project: Think, Act, Inspire! – Ms Melanie Cini • Best European Post-Secondary Project & Best Newcomer of the Year: Ms Abigail Camilleri

More details about the ceremony can be found in this link:

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