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MirandaNet Fellowship is not associated with any political grouping, but we support many of the aims of organisations such as Amnesty International and urge members to look at the AUUK site and see if they agree with these aims as well.

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Janete Sander Costa

Website: http://www.lelic.ufrgs.br/portal/

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

After working as a lecturer in languages teacher education, in Brazil, for about 25 years, holding a Masters Degree in Linguistics at NYU, since 1979, which meant mostly nothing when it came to dealing with students' needs and difficulties, I decided to go deeper in the realms of theory and practice with collaborative writing in virtual learning environments, since 2000. From then on, I've been working with and mostly learning to learn that ICT in Education can make a positive difference around the world if technologies and humans can dialogue and interact gently! In other words, if technologies come in favor of promoting enough room for serious educational projects, if they promote and provoke paradigm changes and reflections encompassing all levels, from educational policies and theoretical architectonics, to best practices based on respectful and polite assessment. I have seen this tendency in Miranda Net's educational propositions and actions for the past 7 years.

See also:http://neo.faccat.br/eduline/


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