What to expect from this event

In line with the New European Bauhaus spirit, the eTwinning Annual Conference 2022 will help participants imagine an education setting which is beautiful and sustainable. Participants will be encouraged to re-think the way teachers and students teach, learn, and “live” together at school, through a selection of keynotes and workshops that focus on the following areas: 

  • Teaching and Learning in the New Bauhaus: How, Where and Who 
  • Bridging today and the future: education for sustainable development; dreaming and creating our “dream school” that is pleasing to the eye; Wellbeing of students and teachers in and out of the school; Togetherness and inclusion in the classroom. 

The aim of the Conference is to raise awareness, train and engage participants on how eTwinning can help teachers deploy the theme of the year - New European Bauhaus - in their schools. 

Download the full agenda here: Full Agenda of eTwinning Annual Conference 2022


Join the public Live Stream of Day 1 on Thursday 20 October at 16:45 CEST above! 

The online conference will be opened by Maria Koleva, Deputy Head of Cabinet for Mariya Gabriel - Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth. 

The conference’s keynote speech will be delivered by the futurist and humanist Gerd Leonhard, who will share his futuristic view on the place of education in the future. The keynote speech will be followed by a question and answer session. 

The live stream of the conference will also cover the eTwinning European Prize Award Ceremony. During the ceremony, the nine winning eTwinning projects will be highlighted, and their success will be celebrated with the community. 

Day 2 and 3 with, an exhibition, networking activity, workshops and panel discussion are available for registered participants. Contact your National Support Organisation for more details. 


Agenda of Day 1