The aim of this research is to examine the extent to which project approach contributes to language, communication and intercultural skills in Foreign Language Teaching and Innovative Actions in Secondary Education in Greece, as well as the role of the teacher in it. Due to not only insufficient teachers’ training on project approach and research in the field of Innovative Programmes, but also to lack of evaluation of the existing situation (Spyropoulou, Anastasaki, Deligianni, Koutra, Louka & Mpouras, 2009: 207), need of research on students’ views on innovation and creative action at school (Papadopoulou, Goudiras, Noulas, Karatasios, Dagdilelis, Papavasiliou, Kekia, Karagiannis & Demetriadou, 2008: 982) and the role of the teacher in cooperative learning (Papagianni & Paraskeva, 2008: 432), the present research is trying to chart secondary teachers’ views on project approach.
|Keywords:||Factor Analysis of Correspondence, Teachers’ Views, Project, Secondary Education, Greece|
PhD Candidate, French Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
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