First reference system for knowledge associated with the individual skills and organizational capacities required for ICT-supported teamwork involved in distance education for teachers and Francophone school management (2010)

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This document offers a brief summary of a study available in French.

The authors of this report note that in a country like Canada, where numerous Francophone communities are located some distance from the major centres, the quality of distance and on-line education (DOE) becomes an important issue. School management and Francophone teachers must be properly equipped not only to be able to solve problems as they arise, but to be leaders who foster the full development of students.

Their project’s objectives include inventorying the skills required by adult learners to work together and attain the work objectives; inquiring into the key organizational capacities required to support the teamwork of adult learners and the teaching of instructors through DOE; and to write, evaluate and disseminate a first reference system on the knowledge associated with the individual skills and organizational capacities for teamwork supported by information and communications technology.

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2013-10-28
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Claire IsaBelle, Gilles E. St-Amant and Hélène Fournier. First reference system for knowledge associated with the individual skills and organizational capacities required for ICT-supported teamwork involved in distance education for teachers and Francophone school management 2010. Web. 16 Jul. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/first_reference_system/first_reference_system.pdf>
Claire IsaBelle, Gilles E. St-Amant & Hélène Fournier (2010). First reference system for knowledge associated with the individual skills and organizational capacities required for ICT-supported teamwork involved in distance education for teachers and Francophone school management. Retrieved July 16, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/first_reference_system/first_reference_system.pdf
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