Teachers need further tuition on technology

April 2004
IT Training;Apr2004, p10
Trade Publication
Information technology training for teachers must be placed higher on the agenda, according to a mid-term report on the eEurope 2005 Action Plan, issued by the European Commission. While schools and educational training centers are online across Europe, more work has to be done to make sure teachers are adequately trained in the use new technology. E-learning, along with other online areas, such as e-commerce, e-health and broadband, is covered by the action plan that has been designed to create a coherent approach to getting Europe's public services online.


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