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ICT in Primary Education: Analytical survey

ICT in Primary Education: Analytical survey

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Published by: THINK The Innovation Knowledge Foundation on Jan 28, 2013
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ICT in Primary Education
 Analytical survey 
Volume 1Exploring the origins, settingsand initiatives
UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education Authors:
Ivan Kalaš, team leader (Slovak Republic)Haif E. Bannayan (Jordan)Leslie Conery (USA)Ernesto Laval (Chile)Diana Laurillard (UK)Cher Ping Lim (Hong Kong)Sarietjie Musgrave (South Africa) Alexei Semenov (Russian Federation)Márta Turcsányi-Szabó (Hungary)Opinions expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarilyreflect the views of the UNESCO Secretariat.Published by the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education8 Kedrova St., Bldg. 3,Moscow, 117292, Russian FederationTel.: +7 499 1292990Fax: +7 499 1291225E-mail: Liste.info.iite@unesco.orgiite.unesco.org
Reviewed by:
 Valentina Dagiene (Vilnius University, Lithuania)Maciej M. Sysło (University of Toruń, University of Wrocław, Poland)© UNESCO 2012Printed in the Russian Federation
 We would like to express our thanks and appreciation for extensive collaboration toall those who contributed to the production of this report: most of all, to the principalsand teachers of the primary schools we have been working with for their excellentinnovative work with and for their pupils – and also to the pupils themselves for themagnificent illustrations which they created with the help of computers to liven upthis report; the local and regional education authorities who approved and supportedour study; Professor Bernard Cornu for hosting the opening meeting of our project atCNED, Poitiers; the institutions of the team members for kindly supporting this projectand our cooperation with IITE; and last but not least to the acting director of IITE,Dendev Badarch, to the chief of the section “Early childhood, primary and inclusiveeducation”, Natalia Tokareva, for excellent and highly supportive project management,and to the IITE staff for excellent continuous support and cooperation. We would also like to acknowledge Prof. Diana Laurillard for final text editing,Prof. Valentina Dagiene and Prof. Maciej M. Sysło for the peer review and positiveresponse on our publication.Bellow is the list of our initial sample of innovative primary schools which we worked with during the first year of the project. They are listed in alphabetical order by country.
S1 Hungary Budapest ELTE Gusztáv Bárczi SENPracticing Elementary School1071 Budapest, Damjanich utca 41-43.Headmaster: Papházy Évabarczigyakorlo.elte.hugyakiskola@barczi.huS2 Jordan Amman Princess Rahma Bint Al Hassan SchoolPrincipal: Mrs. Rana AsfourAsfour_r@hotmail.comAsfour_r@yahoo.comS3 Mexico Monterrey American Institute of MonterreyPerseverancia 100Colonia Balcones del ValleSan Pedro Garza-GarciaN.L. México 66220Principal: Elizabet W. de Huergowww.aim-net.mxehuergo@aim-net.mxS4 Russian Federation Moscow Technology of Education CentrePrincipal: Mr.Yezdov Alexanderwww.home-edu.ruischool@i.home-edu.ruS5 Singapore Singapore Beacon Primary SchoolPrincipal: Ms. Boon Cheng LIMwww.beaconpri.moe.edu.sgbeaconprisch@moe.edu.sg

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