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1. TERECoP was presented in EUROLOGO 2007 Conference in Bratislava, August 2007. The paper "Robotics & Constructivism in Education: the TERECoP project" was published in Ivan Kalas (ed.), Proceedings of the 11th European Logo Conference, 19 - 24 August 2007, Bratislava, Slovakia, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University Bratislava, ISBN 978-80-89186-20-4
2. The Greek team of TERECoP project participated and presented the project in
the 4th National Conference on "Teaching Praxis and ICT in Education" in Syros Island, May 2007
3. International Conference RuraLEARN Chios, Greece, Tuesday, 26 June 2007 Robotics-enhanced constructivist learning: the TERECoP project Dimitris Alimisis / School of Pedagogical and Technological Education, Greece
4. Terecop leaflet
5. Paper (in Spanish) presented at EDUTEC 2007 (Spanish & Latin American conference on Education & Tecnology)
6. Presentation of the project at the "9° Colloque Francophone de Robotique Pedagogique", conference in Hall Athena, La Ferte-Bernard, France (http://rp2007.univ-lemans.fr/frame.php?page=programme.PDF)

7. Presentation of the project at the conference POSKOLE (Czech Republic) (http://poskole.org/2007/poskole2007-program.pdf/view )

8.  Participation to a school workshop on Robotics at school Collegio Pio X' Foundation - Treviso (Italy) Robot and schoolAuditorium Collegio Pio X - TrevisoSaturday January 13th, 2007-02-05 Emanuele Menegatti: Robotics, Humanoid robots and School Michele Moro: Some examples with Lego Mindstorms and its programming environment. During the presentations, the TERECoP project has been shortly described. Photo from the workshop   

9. TERECoP in ED-MEDIA 2008 - World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vienna, Austria.

10. TERECoP in 3rd International Conference ISSEP (informatics in secondary schools, evolution and perspectives), 1-4 July, 2008 - Toruń, Poland.  Paper: Robotics at primary and secondary education levels: technology,methodology, curriculum and science.

11. International Workshop "Teaching with robotics: didactic approaches and experiences" organised by the European Project TERECoP and hosted by the SIMPAR 2008 conference (Simulation, Modeling and Programming for Autonomous Robots), Nov. 3, 2008 in Venice
12.Dimitris Alimisis, Stassini Frangou, Kyparissia Papanikolaou (2009), A Constructivist Methodology for Teacher Training in Educational Robotics: the TERECoP Course in Greece through Trainees' Eyes,Proceedings of the 2009 Ninth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2009, Riga, Latvia, 15-17 July 2009), IEEE Computer Society Publications, p. 24-28
13. TERECoP presentation in Comenius University of Bratislava (March 20, 2009)
14. HOW INTRODUCING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOURS IN EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS, Proceedings of INTED2009 Conference. 9-11 March 2009, Valencia, Spain. Marco Comite, Michele Moro
15. TEACHER TRAINING IN THE SCIENTIFIC FIELD THROUGH ROBOTICS ACTIVITIES: SOME EXPERIENCES FROM ITALY & SPAIN. Proceedings of INTED2009 Conference. 9-11 March 2009, Valencia, Spain. N. Fava, S. Monfalcon, M. Moro, E. Menegatti, J. Arlegui, A. Pina
16. TERECoP project in IUFM teachers training Presentation in International Conference 'Professeur de technologie, specialite et formation', 28/01/09, Rennes (France)
17. Modern technology in education conference Brno 2008_CZ Paper presented at the Modern technology in education conference at Faculty of Education of Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 27.11.2008; http://boss.ped.muni.cz/hrbacek/ktivkonf2008/; (published 04/2009)  
18. Robotic technologies as vehicles of new ways of thinking about constructivist teaching and learning: The TERECoP ProjectAlimisis, D.Sch. of Pedagogical & Technol. Educ. (ASPETE), Greece;in: Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE, Publication Date: September 2009, Volume: 16, Issue: 3, On page(s): 21-21, 23

19. Alimisis, Arlegui, Fava, Frangou, Ionita, Menegatti, Monfalcon, Moro, Papanikolaou & Pina, Introducing robotics to teachers and schools: experiences from the TERECoP project, Proceedings of the Cocstructionism 2010 Conference, Paris (in press)

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