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Group Reportv2

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Study visit group report
Group No
200
Title of the visit
Creating and developing sustainable Internet-basedpartnerships - Web based partnerships
 
Topic
03 (Use of ICT in learning)
City, country
Sofia, Bulgaria
Type of visit
G
Dates of visit
23.4.2012 - 27.4.2012
Group reporter
Paul Dolan
Dear participants,The purpose of a study visit is to generate an exchange of experience and goodpractice between the country you visit and the countries you all come from. Thus,participating in a study visit can be an exciting experience and an importantlearning tool for you.During the visit you are invited to prepare a group report summarising yourdiscussions and learning. This will help Cedefop disseminate what you have learntto others, who share your interest but did not participate in this particular studyvisit.On the first day of the visit, you are to select a reporter who will be responsible forpreparing the final report and submitting it to Cedefop. Everybody shouldcontribute to the report by sharing their views, knowledge, and practices in theirrespective countries. Please start working on the report from the first day of thevisit.You will, of course, be taking your own notes during presentations and field visits;
but the group report should highlight the result of the group’s reflections on what
was seen and learnt during the entire visit and the different perspectives broughtby the different countries and participantss. The report should
NOT
read as atravel diary, describing every day and every session or visit.Cedefop will publish extracts of your reports on its website and make themavailable to experts in education and vocational training. When writing the report,please keep this readership in mind: make your report clear, interesting, anddetailed enough to be useful to colleagues throughout Europe.
By attaching any photos to the report, you agree to Cedefop’s right to use them in
its publications on study visits and on its website.Please prepare the report in the working language of the group.Please do not include the programme or list of participants.
 
 
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The reporter should submit the report to Cedefop(studyvisits@cedefop.europa.eu)within ONE month of the visit.
I FINDINGS
This section summarises the findings of the group while visiting hostinstitutions, discussing issues with the hosts and within the group. You willbe reflecting on what you learnt every day. But to put them together andgive an overall picture, you need to devote a special session to prepare thefinal report on the last day of the visit.
In this section, it is important that you describe not only things youlearnt about the host country but also what you learnt about thecountries represented by group members.1. One of the objectives of the study visits programme is to exchangeexamples of good practice among hosts and participants. Cedefop willselect well-described projects/programmes/initiatives and disseminatethem to former participants and a wider public, including potentialpartners for future projects. Therefore it is important that youidentify and describe all aspects that, in your view, make theseprojects/programmes/initiatives successful and worth exploring.
 
 
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Describe each of the good practices you learnt about during the visit (both from the hosts and from one another) indicating thefollowing:
title of theproject/programme/initiativecountry name of theinstitution thatimplements it (if possible, provide awebsite)contact person (if possible) whopresented theprogramme to thegroupwhom the project/programme/ initiativeaddresseswhat features of theproject/programme/initiative make it anexample of good practice
onlinepartnerships
Who are we? BG Principal of the137
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SecondaryschoolMariana Zakovamzakowa@gmail.com 
n/a
Project-BasedEducationintegratingtechnologies foreffective andmoderneducationalprocessBGBourgasUniversity "Prof.Assen Zlatarov",President of theAssociationEducation andTechnologiesRumi Papanchevapapancheva@yahoo.com http://itlearning-bg.net/RumyanaPapancheva.aspx 
Project based learning (PBL) not very popular inBulgaria.Five dimensions of 21st century learning -collaboration/knowledge building/ICT/selfregulation/real world problem solving andinnovation.A whole class talking together is not classed asworking together. We disagree - We think thatwhole class discussion can have it's place if usedin the correct way. For example, the start of aPhilosophy for Children class in which an entireclass work together to develop questions andvote on which ones they would like to takeforward.The start of the talk is focused on pedagogicapproaches rather than technology.Rumi explains about shared responsibility. Herperception is that student feedback is not anexample of joint responsibility. We disagree onthis point.We think there are macro and micro levels ofresponsibility in a classroom, and that skilfulteacher interventions will develop macro levelactivity. Otherwise it is likely that binaryresponsibility judgments will occur within the

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