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Comparative Analysis of Teacher Training Programmes Implemented in Russia for Compliance with UNESCO ICT-CFT

This final report presents the results of an analytical study undertaken to assess the compliance of teacher training programmes implemented in the Russian Federation and courses with UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (UNESCO ICT-CFT) ....
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ICT in Education for People with Disabilities

The right to education for all is increasingly recognized as a basic human right, which is crucial to the development of all societies as well as individual people. Access to quality education for all community members promotes opportunities for a...
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E-learning in the Republic of Korea

The achievements of the Republic of Korea in e-Learning and ICT in education policy are the result of systematic efforts in implementation of a solid legal framework, supported by secured budgeting, timely capacity building, successful cooperation...
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