Collaborative Experiences in Practice: Case Studies from Greece

  • Anastasia Gouseti
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan’s Digital Education and Learning book series (DEAL)


Following from the previous analysis, this chapter presents the case studies of two Greek schools that participated in web-based collaborative projects and their partners in Denmark and Italy respectively. Drawing on a range of empirical data, it aims to gain insight into the views and experiences of the teachers and students who took part in school collaboration and explore how they perceived and experienced twinning with their partner school abroad. The chapter starts by presenting in more detail the two Greek schools and their partners as well as the topic and the aims of the collaborative projects. It then goes on to describe the participants’ initial expectations, the range of inhibitors they faced during their collaborative journeys, and the actors and factors that shaped their participation.


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