practitioners (from environmental and local context and school context)
administration staff (service providers, local authorities and non-teaching school staff)
Good practices’ main target group is practitioners who need practical solutions.
Cooperation has to be the focus of the good practices.
Good practices can’t be interpreted without knowing their contextual background.
Adaptability of a good practice depends on the educational system, the institutional circumstances and school leaders’ and teachers’ competencies as well as the teaching methods commonly used in local cases.
Standardized form for good practices is essential.
Personal invitation is the most effective way to find good practices and to build a network.
In order to do proper adaptation,good practices on the ESL Portal should be linked by tags to the relevant country profile, ESL Library materials, etc.
Defining categories and tags is a challenge – let’s be flexible and start with an initial group of tags, later amend them considering experience.