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Title: TENCompetence tools and I*Teach methodology in action: development of an active web-based teachers’ community
Authors: Nikolova, Nikolina
Stefanov, Krassen
Todorova, Cornelia
Stefanova, Eliza
Ilieva, Miroslava
Sligte, Henk
Hernández-Leo, Davinia
Keywords: lifelong learning
teachers’ training
active learning methods
competence development
Issue Date: 14-Dec-2009
Abstract: The article presents an example of how Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can enhance the process of teacher training, and how this can be used for lifelong competence development for teachers. The paper describes the goals, settings, implementation and results of a pilot teachers’ training realized within the frame of the European project TENCompetence. ICT tools developed in TENCompetence project were used to support the introduction to the I*Teach didactical methodology developed in the frame of I*Teach Leonardo project. It became clear that the ICT tools and didactical methodology offer a strong support for teachers’ professional development .
Description: Nikolova, N., Stefanov, K., Todorova, K., Stefanova, E., Ilieva, M., Sligte, H., & Hernández-Leo, D. (2010). TENCompetence tools and I*Teach methodology in action: development of an active web-based teachers’ community. In D. Griffiths, & R. Koper (Eds.), Rethinking Learning and Employment at a Time of Economic Uncertainty. Proceedings of the 6th TENCompetence Open workshop (pp. 73-84). November, 19-20, 2009, Manchester, UK. Bolton, UK: Institute for Educational Cybernetics, The University of Bolton. For the complete book please see
ISBN: 978-0-907311-30-0
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