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Kollaborativt lärande och nätverkande för att öka elevers lust till lärande med hjälp av web 2.0 verktyg
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

This project aims to develop Högakustenskolan's techniques of using ICT as a pedagogical tool in the education. ICT will be one of the main areas of development for the coming years. The school is a primary and secondary school that emerged from the closing of two other school units and was formed last school year. We want to learn how to use ICT and web 2.0 to raise the results of the students' achievement. We think that this project will give the teachers more methods and maybe give them the possibility to make their education more interesting and creative. One goal is also to give both staff and students a chance to meet new cultures and to be more prepared for a multicultural society in the future. We will let three teachers take a training course to learn how to use ICT and web 2.0 to inspire the teachers at our school to develop their ways of planning and teaching together. The duration of the training course is 10 days and when the three teahers have passed the training course they will lead workshops at our school for their colleguages. We will also invite other teachers in our community to these sessions and this will give us the opportunity to learn from others in our community. The head master of the school will plan this so it will happen during next school year at different times. We will also use our intranet to communicate the impact of the training course. We think that this project will lead to a use of more variety and techniques of teaching which will enhance the relevance and motivation for our students. Finally we hope that this project will make us more open minded and motivated for other projects in order to develop and improve things in our school in the future and hopefully we are working on a new project next year with more partners aiming to develop things we need.

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