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This is the first phase - experimentation with the tools by different teachers and adapting them to your own way of teaching. I'd rather have that than having new technologies imposed on me, which do not make sense in my context. From my experience, teachers do not like to be told what to do and how to do it so you need to start a community of interest - people who like teaching with computers and exchanging experience. This can be done on blogs or wikis.

On the institutional side: What kind of access do you have to ICTs? Are there enough computers for stds to use? Do you have access to all sites or are some blocked? Is there an ICT department (hard core techies) - is there an ICT committee comprising board/technical dept/teachers and stds? Who decides on what is going to be bought and how this is going to be run?

On your side: Are you keeping a blog or wiki to record your thought/reactions about the sessions you have given using new technologies?

On stds side: Are they keeping a personal diary documenting their encounter with the language inside and beyond the classroom and noting down their reactions/doubts and successes?

Bdieu (talk)05:28, 13 August 2008