E-HELP
European History E-Learning Project

Antecedentes I  Objetivos I Fases I Evaluación  I Ponencias de la reunión de Toulouse



E-HELP centros participantes:

Juan Carlos Ocaña
Historiasiglo20.org
Ramón Burgaleta
PrincipiosdEconomia

IES Parque de Lisboa

Richard Jones-Nerzic
IS of Toulouse
Project Coordinator

John Simkin
Spartacus Educational

Andy Walker
Learningonline pages
from Education Forum

Anders MacGregor-Thunell
Hvitfeldtska Gymnasiet
Macgregorishistory

Alf Wilkinson
Burntcakes

Nico Zijlstra
Sintermeertencollege

Vicente López-Brea
CAP Alcorcón

Terry Haydn
University of East Anglia

Dalibor Svoboda
Fredrika Bremergymnasiet


E-HELP Project Meeting
Toulouse 17th-20th February 2005
                                                                                                                                  

E-HELP held its first meeting in Toulouse on 17th-20th February, 2005. This included a series of presentationson the use of ICT in the classroom:

Project partners

Anders MacGregor-Thunell

Students in the Archive

Dalibor Svoboda

Multimedia school books in education

John Simkin

The Student as Historian: An ICT Revolution

Nico Zijlstra

Maintaining Your Own History Website

Terry Hadyn

History, ICT and 'Impact' Learning

Alf Wilkinson

Helping the terrified use ICT in history teaching

Vicente López-Brea

Las TIC y el aprendizaje de lenguas
ICT and Language Learning

Andy Walker

Using E-learning to overcome barriers to learning

Juan Carlos Ocaña

Looking to the Future

Richard Jones-Nerzic

 When are computers actually going to teach history?

 

Visitors

Dan Lyndon http://www.comptonhistory.com

Information is not learning

Isabelle Voegeli  http://www.ena.lu

The use of ICTs in the classroom: ENA a case study

Caterina Gasparini http://www.malignani.ud.it/WebEnis/aeronautica.htm

The New Paradigm: Learning by Shared Connected Knowledge

Doug Belshaw http://www.mrbelshaw.co.uk

ICT for collaborative teaching and learning

Janos Blasszauer http://www.geocities.com/bjohnnyus/

The role ICT has played in my teaching

Andrew Field  http://www.schoolhistory.co.uk

The Past in the Future

José Luis de la Torre http://www.educahistoria.com

EducaHistoria and Teaching History

Dave Martin

ICT and Students’ Historical Communication Skills

Most of these presentations have been uploaded on the E-HELP Forum and have originated a debate. They were also recorded in digital video and will be available on E-HELP web site in a following phase of the project.

   


Juan Carlos Ocaña y Ramón Burgaleta

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