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MLEARN Final Event

MLEARN Final Event

MLEARN Final Event

The final conference of Project M-LEARN - Training Teachers to use mobile (hand held) technologies within mainstream school education will be held today (Tuesday, March 15) in Brussels. The project is implemented as part of the Comenius Lifelong Learning Programme with the objective of integrating the use of mobile learning into schools.

 

The results of the tests conducted in schools in four countries (Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) will be presented at the conference.

 

Project “MLEARN - Training Teachers to use mobile (hand held) technologies within mainstream school education” is implemented as part of the Comenius Lifelong Learning Programme with the objective of integrating the use of mobile learning into schools. The results of the tests conducted in schools in four countries (Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom).

 

Project partners: Titan Partnership Ltd (United Kingdom) - (Coordinator), Action Synergy S.A. (Greece), Fondazione Mondo Digitale (Italy), Centrul Pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente (Romania), Hamstead Hall Community Learning Centre (United Kingdom), Bloemcampschool (the Netherlands).

 

Today, the project partnership will present the results of the Research Report conducted by the University of Lancaster on the mobile learning tests in four countries: Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. In Italy, the test was conducted by the Fondazione Mondo Digitale in ten schools in Rome. Professors Anna Lisa Colaiacomo (I.C. Antonio Rosmini) and Annalisa Costa (I.C. Rita Levi Montalcini) have been selected to present the results of the tests conducted in their classes at the Brussels Management Centre Europe (MCE) Conference.

 

The first case study produced on the MLEARN educational project concerning three classes at the Rome I.C. Antonio Rosmini is on-line on the FMD website.

 

For further information and project resources: www.mlearn-project.eu

 

 

 

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