THE USE OF eTWINNING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BULGARIA
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A Bulgarian teacher presents her experience and self-training in ICT. Starting with changes in society, social status of teachers, use of ICT in classrooms and teacher training; the author then focuses on her own institution. This article shows the ICT usage in the writer’s school through institutional support, teachers, students, ICT tools available and organization of class activities with ICT. eTwinning, www.etwinning.net, is given as an example of successful online foreign language teaching (FLT) activity. The paper ends with hopes for faster ICT development in Bulgarian school education, linked to the newly elected Bulgarian government.
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