ETALAGE. Pedagogical changes brought about by ICT integration


  • Ton Koet University of Amsterdam



In this paper, which is based on presentations delivered at the EuroCALL 2010 and EuroCALL 2011 conferences, I shall present the ETALAGE Comenius multilateral project. The acronym, ETALAGE, stands for European Task-based Activities for Language Learning; a good practice exchange (see


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Author Biography

Ton Koet, University of Amsterdam

Graduate School of Child Development and Education


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