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Effective Management of the School Responsible for ICT Development (Report)

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Rules for Successful Inter-Cultural Communication (Report)

[...] Hyde, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK (mh1@canterbury.ac.uk) Organised by: British Council, Bangkok Date: 24 October 2006 Location: British Council, Bangkok Dr. Hyde is Deputy [...]

Leadership from Behind: The Role of the International Consultant in Educational ...

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The Future of Learning: Hands-on Practice in Integrating ICT’s with Pedagogy (Re...

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Looking for Practical Ways to Help Develop Students’ Language Proficiency (Repor...

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