Výuka s využitím ICT v mezinárodní perspektivě: na cestě k moderní pedagogice

Title in English Teaching using ICT in an international perspective: towards modern pedagogy
Authors

ZOUNEK Jiří ZÁLESKÁ Klára JUHAŇÁK Libor

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source LIFELONG LEARNING- CELOŽIVOTNÍ VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Web https://lifelonglearning.mendelu.cz/
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.11118/lifele20201001057
Keywords teachers; ICT; teaching; comparative pedagogy; international large-scale survey
Description Digital technologies have become an important part of education policy of the most European countries. ICT implementation into teaching and learning entails considerable potential to encourage or trigger changes in the field of education, particularly in the work of teachers, which leads to thinking about the so-called modern pedagogy. The aim of the study is therefore to explore and explain how ICT-related topic are formulated in the education policy of three European countries. Another aim is to describe how Czech, Slovak and Polish teachers use and perceive digital technologies in their work. We use analysis of educational policy documents of selected countries and analysis of three international comparative surveys as well. It can be said that in the educational policy of the three selected countries there is a clear deviation from the traits of traditional pedagogy, with an emphasis on the development of the skills component of learning, in particular on key competences. The teachers themselves are on an imaginary path from traditional to modern pedagogy, in which the possibilities of digital technologies would be used more and more effectively. It should be teaching that is more focused on pupils’ active activity and learning is not confined to classroom space.
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