CHIPs project presents its first examples of Best eLearning Practices
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The Child ICT Pages (CHIPs) project has now placed the first examples of Best eLearning Practices on to its website
The Best Practices are focused on primary education (6 to 12 years) and have been accumulated as the:
- Easiest to duplicate
- Most effectivec
- Most enriching
- Best methodology
from the many examples that have been submitted to the project.
These examples were analyzed by academic and eLearning experts and are considered to be the best in Europe. The Best Practices are based on sound and tried methodologies that have been used within a National, local or school environment. They cover a number of different subjects and skills. These Best Practices are not results based but offer your school and authority a way to duplicate existing experiences to arrive at the best educational result.
You can access the website from the link http://www.chipsproject.org and view the best practices by clicking the ‘Best Practices’ link in the left menu. You do not have to register to see and copy the Best Practices.
Full information about the project and the partners can be viewed on the website.