Examining the Roles of Teachers and Students in Mastering New Technologies, 1st Edition

  • Eva Podovšovnik
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  • ISBN-10: 1799821064
  • ISBN-13: 9781799821069
  • DDC: 371.33
  • 434 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2020 | Published/Released August 2020
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2020

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The development of technologies, education, and economy play an important role in modern society. Digital literacy is important for personal development and for the economic growth of society. Technological learning provides students with specific knowledge and capabilities for using new technologies in their everyday lives and in their careers. Examining the Roles of Teachers and Students in Mastering New Technologies is a critical scholarly resource that examines computer literacy knowledge levels in students and the perception of computer use in the classroom from various teacher perspectives. Featuring a wide range of topics such as higher education, special education, and blended learning, this book is ideal for teachers, instructional designers, curriculum developers, academicians, policymakers, administrators, researchers, and students.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID) Book Series.
Titles in This Series.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
The Use of New Technologies in Education.
1: Peer Learning and Peer Assessment to Enhance Participation in Online Courses: A Brief Theoretical Overview of Research Findings and Strategies.
2: The Educational Research Flipped Inclusion Between Social Metamorphosis and Technocratic Hybridizations.
3: Pedagogy and ICT: The Principles of Differentiated Teaching and New Technologies.
4: An Ecological Approach to Technology Appropriation: A Sustainable Digital Learning Material Development Ecosystem.
Digital Competences and Skills.
5: Data Science is Here: Are We Ready to Benefit From the Opportunities It Provides?.
6: Digital Skills and Behaviours of Youth That Are Relevant for Digital Culture: A Two-Country Self-Evaluation Perspective.
7: Digital Literacy in Special Education: Preparing Students for College and the Workplace.
8: That Was Then, This Is Now: Literacy for the 21st Century Student.
9: Contemporary Archival Description as Required Digital Competence of Today's Archivists.
Teacher Perspectives While Integrating New Technologies in Education.
10: Use of Smartphones for Self Regulated Foreign Language Learning Activities.
11: CLIL Approach and Educational Technologies: ClassLabs, Teachers' Digital Literacy, and High School Students' Opportunities.
12: Integration of Information and Communication Technology in Teaching Processes.
13: The Processes of Appropriation of Technological Tools in the Classroom: Teachers' Perspective.
14: Scaffolding Children's Participation in Schools' Environmental Health: The Role of Teacher Mediation and Digital Tools.
15: Teachers' Attitudes Towards the Use of Tablets in Six EFL Classrooms.
16: ICT Adoption Among Higher Education Teachers: A Case Study of a University in the Awareness/Exploration Stage of Blended Learning Adoption.
17: Online Informal Language Learning Among Foreign Language Teachers: Activities and Purposes Analysis From a Complex Dynamic Systems Perspective.
18: The Changing Role of the Teacher in ICT-Supported Foreign Language Instruction: A Multiple-Case Study.
19: Teacher Technology Education for Spatial Learning in Digital Immersive Virtual Environments.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.