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Welcome to the ECOLE
in-service eLearning training course

An increasing number of schools involve themselves in international collaborative projects. Experience shows that these projects give teachers and students new knowledge and new insight, which could not have been achieved otherwise. For the majority of these international collaborative projects have proved to have had a positive effect on teaching and learning. 

Regardless of the intention behind the international collaboration, it is essential that the teachers involved are aware of how to structure, to plan, and to carry out the project, as well as which challenges and barriers to look out for, and where to find support and guidance.

23 years' of experience in international networks or projects such as the European Schools Project, the Comenius 3 network ECOLE project, and the Comenius 2.1 PROMISE project form the basis for this eLearning or online in-service course. 

The contents of this eLearning course has originally been developed in the Comenius3 network project ECOLE with the aim of providing teachers with methods and tools to organise an international Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) project, but the material can just as well be used in any other type of international collaborative project, for example Comenius, eTwinning, ESP projects or any other projects.

The course is now being offered as an eLearning course by the International Relations/Centre for  International Cooperation in Education CICED at University College UCC, Denmark.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact:.

Kirsten M. Anttila
Senior Consultant, MEd.
Course Developer

International Relations/Centre for  International Cooperation in Education - CICED

University College UCC, Denmark
 

Mogens Eriksen
Senior Consultant,
Course Developer

International Relations/Centre for  International Cooperation in Education - CICED

University College UCC, Denmark
Kirsten M. Anttila Mogens Eriksen
 
:K.M. Anttila & M. Eriksen CICED, DK  
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