International Collaboration for Technology Enhanced Education in Rwanda

International Collaboration for Technology Enhanced Education in Rwanda

Paul Breen (University of East Anglia, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-749-7.ch002

Abstract

This case is a case study of a collaborative project in the field of international education, within the specific discipline of teacher training. The author had an advisory role in this project which serves as a positive example of how STEP (social, technological, economic, and political) factors can be dealt with in the cont
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Setting The Stage

The approaches used in this paper have been heavily shaped by the writings of Brown & Rodgers (2002) research framework, and White’s (2003) work in the evaluation and research of Language Learning in Distance Education. White herself draws heavily on the influence of Inglis (2001) in the selection and management of the educational domains used in distance education, Salmon’s (2000) work on e-moderating and platforms for designing online courses, and Richards’ (2001) studies in the fields of curriculum design and methodology used in the area of language teaching as a whole.

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