Volume 3 | Issue 3 | 2015



The study investigates the impact of a Schools Network in facilitating effective implementation, formative evaluation and collaborative mutual learning. The Greek Schools Network (C Gymnasium Grade: average students’ age 15 years) implemented a common programme on Local History and Architectural Heritage of rural areas within a collaborative action research framework. The research has shown the decisive contribution of the School Network’s collaboration in creating an appropriate context for self-evaluation and mutual learning, in supporting the implementation of the innovative programme in the traditional Greek schools, in introducing the teachers into the research methodology and in approaching more holistic the implementation and evaluation of the programme.


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