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ParlEuNet Project. Begoña Gros University of Barcelona MERLIN Workshop Barcelona, May 30-31, 2002. Participants: University of Leuven University of Barcelona University of Maastricht University of Antwerpen Upsala University City College of London. Secondary school: 16-17 years old

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Parleunet project

ParlEuNet Project

Begoña Gros

University of Barcelona

MERLIN Workshop

Barcelona, May 30-31, 2002


Parleunet project

  • Participants:

    • University of Leuven

    • University of Barcelona

    • University of Maastricht

    • University of Antwerpen

    • Upsala University

    • City College of London


Parleunet project

  • Secondary school: 16-17 years old

  • Computer problem based learning in rich technological environments


Parleunet project

Main objectives

  • The main goal of ParlEuNet was to create a multimedia educational platform to allow the evaluation of innovative tutoring models in a multimedia telematic learning environment.


Parleunet project

  • To develop pedagogical models which promote learning in a telematics environment

  • To develop high quality educational multimedia content on the European Parliamentfor students

  • To propose useful, and transferable models on learning in a telematics environment for generalisation in a maximum number of European schools

  • To enhance understanding of the European Parliament, develop a sense of European citizenship


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  • Problem based centered methodology

  • Collaborative groups (six students, three different countries)

  • Rich tecnological environment: dynamic webspace for email exchange, database, videoconferencing, faxes, telephone.


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Innovative aspects of the project

  • Use of different ICT technologies in secondary school

  • Collaborative learning

  • Problem based learning

  • Target socio economic research. Fourth Framework Programme


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Main conclusions

  • Students adapt very easily to the use of technology, and adopt in each situation the most appropriate technology to communicate each other

  • Well-design tasks and technological learning environment is not enough. Students need an introduction on how to work and learn in a distance and online environments.

  • Teachers and students have problems using a collaborative approach.


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Main conclusions

  • Technological tools do not explicitly afford participation

  • Teachers must get sufficient and appropriate training that include modelling of the use of new technology.

  • Project designers as well as participating teachers and students must be flexible and ready for some level of frustration (technological bugs, problems...)


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