Preparing teachers for the use of digital technologies in their teaching practice

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Vasileios Dagdilelis


Greece these last 15 years has developed and implemented a large-scale system for the integration of digital technologies in education and more specifically in the teaching practice. "Large-scale" means that the whole program concerns all Greek education system. A very important part of this nationwide project is the training of teachers program that involves practically all Greek teachers - so far more than 120,000 teachers have been involved and soon they will be involved all of them (approximately 150.000). In this paper we present a summary of this plan. The monitoring of this project at national level, almost from its very beginning, gave to us the opportunity of collecting a large volume of raw information and data of both quantitative and qualitative nature.

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DAGDILELIS, Vasileios. Preparing teachers for the use of digital technologies in their teaching practice. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 109-121, apr. 2018. ISSN 2468-6891. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 apr. 2018.


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