Introduction:

How can improve my practice as co-ordinator of SIP Project 062?

Mairin Glenn

Introduction:

This report is an account of my work as a co-ordinator of Schools Integration Project 062. The Schools Integration Project (SIP) is an initiative of the National Centre for Technology in Education in Ireland. It is a pilot project and its intention is to foster whole school development in relation to information and communication technology (ICT) integration. Our SIP project is entitled Community Empowered and Learning through Technology (CELT).

This account is in part a synopsis of the dissertation I wrote as part fulfilment for my M.Ed in ICT in the Primary School degree awarded by Mary Immaculate College, Limerick (Glenn 2000). It also outlines the action research I have been undertaking (since September 2000) on my work as a teacher using Internet based projects and as SIP co-ordinator.
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