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CHiPs Best eLearning Practices

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  • joel_josephson
    The Kindersite Project is involved in an European Union co-funded project compiling Best eLearning Practices, for 5 to 12 year old children and their schools,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2005
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      The Kindersite Project is involved in an European Union co-funded
      project compiling Best eLearning Practices, for 5 to 12 year old
      children and their schools, in to a usable searchable system, in
      multiple languages, for use across Europe and the world.

      The project acronym is CHiPs http://www.chipsproject.org/pages/
      Homepage.aspx. The Project coordinator is the Municipality of Lecce,
      Southern Italy.

      I am asking the list for help in this project by providing examples of
      Best eLearning practices or potentially interested contacts. Please
      note the best practices should focus on the methodologies rather than
      the results.

      For example, a class is assigned a task to build a class presentation
      as a website. The final site is not of interest but rather the steps
      that were taken for the children to achieve the capabilities to use
      the technological tools and comprehending how to design and utilize
      the tools.

      Please feel free to ask questions and send your examples (with
      details) or contacts to the aggregation partner below:

      Floriana Nappini
      Project Coordinator
      Madariaga European Foundation
      Email : fnappini@...
      Web : http://www.madariaga.coleurop.be/

      Thank you for any help

      Joel H Josephson. Executive Director
      http://www.kindersite.org
      joel_josephson@...
      Where children play and teachers learn
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