The Tellnet project is now officially over!
Some of the results:
The Tellnet project studied the eTwinning network (almost 180 000 teachers in Oct 2012) through visualisation techniques, Social Network Analysis (SNA) and prospective scenario building exercises. Using these techniques, the goal was to identify the main structures, actors, networks and Communities of practice that are effective in sharing practices, encouraging innovation and creativity at schools.
Funding Organisation: European Commission
The Tellnet project is now officially over! The project lasted for three years from December 1 2009 to November 30 2012. We are now wrapping things up and submitting our final reports. In the
The Tellnet project has helped create a new type of professional development material for eTwinning teachers. The material comes with easy to use instructions and it can be used by any teachers, for
120 eTwinners participated in a Learning Event called " The Future School - School in 2020 ". The Learning Event, which is part of eTwinning's offer for tecahers' professional development,
The concept of "Teacher networks" was presented in a national event called " Spaning på IT i skolan " for Swedish education policy-makers and shapers in Stockholm on November 21
The session in the Media & Learning Conference in Brussels was attended by 30 people. The session shared results from the Tellnet project and gave an update on teachers' practices on the use ofSubscribe to this blog.
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