The European Schools Project Association (ESP Association) was founded in 2005. The Association is a collaborative open network organization. It builds on the European Schools Project that started in 1988, on the work done in the Comenius3 thematic networks ECOLE and COMP@CT, and on all related inspiring experiences and expertise that all members of the international ESP-Association make available to their fellow members, and to all others.
The association aims at the improvement, and the promotion of ICT-based innovation of education in Europe and beyond. It attempts to achieve its aims, by:
• promoting collaboration and cooperation between pupils, students, educators and researchers.
• availing access to international networks.
• promoting and supporting professional development of teachers and educators.
• developing innovative concepts, instruments and content.
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The European Schools Project Association (ESP Association) was founded in 2005
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