This morning I had the opportunity to give a talk for a group of Armenian and Georgian professors. The context was that of a TEMPUS European project ARMAZEG –Developing tools for lifelong learning in Trans-Caucasus region: e-Learning. The place was that of the School of Engineering in Florence.
It was a good meeting with exciting discussion and feedbacks. I’m grateful to all the participants for that.
The title of the talk was “Open and continuous teachers training for an open school: experiences from the Italian University Line”.
We outlined the activities at the IUL in the context of the distance education scenario in Italy as well as all over the world. We told the eight-years story of the iamarf.org blog, from its very beginning to the last initiatives, such as PirateBox in classroom and Kano computer in classroom.
As usual, we also demonstrated the use of these…
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