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The e-Learning Handbook , que pone a nuestra disposición el nCte : National Centre for TEchnology in Education, que se nos presenta así en su web
The National Centre for Technology in Education (NCTE) was established under the auspices of the Department of Education and Skills in 1998. The NCTE promotes and supports the integration of ICT in learning and teaching in first and second level schools. With effect from 1st June 2012, the role and functions of the National Centre for Technology in Education (NCTE) come under the remit of the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST). This service is managed by Dublin West Education Centre (DWEC). The functions of the former NCTE will be run under the new name of PDST Technology in Education. Existing programmes and services are being maintained.
Handbook for principals & ICT co-ordinating teachers.
The NCTE’s e-Learning Handbook outlines the process of planning for e-Learning in your school and has been developed in consultation with the school development planning initiatives at primary and post primary level (PPDS & SDPI/SLSS). It provides a step by step guide to the development of the school’s e-Learning Plan and outlines the key roles and responsibilities of all involved in the development of the plan. The e-Learning Handbook is broken down into the following sections: