(Ιn cooperation with Belgium, Bosnia, France, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Cyprus, Moldavia, Hungary, Portugal and Slovenia). The effectiveness of the first phase of the programme (see the research programme Construction of a methodology for the support and the training of professionals of Preschool Education below) resulted in approval of the second phase. The aim was to examine the multiplier effects and potential for implementing the methodology guide among new partners, bodies and countries. In particular, EADAP had undertaken in collaboration with the University of Cyprus to study training of local government authority coordinators and school inspectors in Cyprus. The results of the programme were published in the final report: Supporting. Disseminating an innovative framework of in-service training for coordinators of educators, IEDPE and the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme 2001.

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