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There were five different kinds of activities in the ELFE 2 project:

  1. meetings of the Project's Steering Committee (SC);
  2. 5 visits where 3 SC-members visited 2 schools and one teacher education institute in each of the 5 countries: Denmark, UK, Latvia, Poland and Slovenia; 
  3. 2 regional seminars:
    In the period from November 2008 - March 2009 two regional seminars took place. The first one for representatives from the ETUCE members from the Western European countries and the second one for ETUCE member organisations from the 12 new EU member states and candidate countries. During the seminars the experts presented their findings from the school visits in their respective areas. The purpose was to investigate the transferability of good methodologies on the use of ICT as part of the whole school development strategy, including ICT in initial and in-service teacher education, which promotes the added value of using ICT in education. The feasibility of implementing possible future methodologies common to all EU countries was analysed. Other stakeholders in the area of the use of ICT in education was invited to participate in the Regional Seminars, to give their input to the discussions – this includeed research institutions, head school associations and student representatives;
  4. Final conference: During the Final Conference, the draft recommendations was discussed by all ETUCE M.O, representing all EU/EFTA and candidate countries. Other stakeholders was invited to participate in the Final Conference, to give their input to the discussions (students, research institutions, etc.);
  5. Web-site: this web-site gave updated information o­n the development of the project.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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