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Ways and means for the integration of information technology for communication in school


Two different modes 'of learning regarded as contradictory literature, going back outside and planned approach to learning the other DIY by the pupil [Celi and Romano, 1997], lend themselves to describe the most' salient aspects have characterized our experience. From a brief description of some of the potential 'and the limits inherent in both approaches and' can come to consider a connection point to help facilitate learning in learning environments based on the use of ICT.


Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Europe; communication; integration technologies; school;

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