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The European Schoolnet. An Online European Community for Teachers? A Valuable Professional Resource? ARTICLE

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Teacher Development Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 1366-4530

Abstract

Describes successes and problems of the European Schoolnet Multimedia Project, highlighting one project, the Learning School, which researched teachers' needs and uses of information and communication technology in the classroom in Portugal, Belgium, Spain, and the United Kingdom. The article examines issues related to pedagogy, demands on teachers, student learning styles, and understanding change as a multifaceted process. (Contains references.) (SM)

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Leask, M. & Younie, S. (2001). The European Schoolnet. An Online European Community for Teachers? A Valuable Professional Resource?. Teacher Development, 5(2), 157. Retrieved November 16, 2018 from .

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