Gotowość cyfrowa średnich szkół zawodowych

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https://doi.org/10.55225/hcs.410

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Pojęcie gotowości cyfrowej cieszy się coraz większym zainteresowaniem w obszarze edukacji. Jest to spowodowane niedawną zmianą praktyk edukacyjnych wywołaną pandemią COVID-19. Artykuł ma na celu zdefiniowanie i zbadanie cyfrowej gotowości szkół zawodowych (Vocational Education and Training - VET) do digitalizacji nauczania i wyodrębnienie obszarów, które wymagają wsparcia dodatkowymi narzędziami i metodologią. W tym celu przeanalizowano problemy występujące w wybranych średnich szkołach zawodowych.
W artykule podsumowano badania przeprowadzone wśród nauczycieli szkół średnich w pięciu krajach. Analizie poddano zarówno techniczne aspekty procesu edukacyjnego (np. jakość sprzętu, niezawodność połączenia Internetowego, dostęp do oprogramowania edukacyjnego), jak i związane z nim umiejętności (np. korzystanie z oprogramowania edukacyjnego, zdolność dostępu i adaptacji zasobów online/cyfrowych, zdolność wprowadzać nowe metody i strategie lub dostosowywać już istniejące). Okazało się, że zidentyfikowane w trakcie badania obszary problemowe były zależne od kraju. Jednak najczęściej wymieniane trudności dotyczyły braku narzędzi motywujących i autonomizujących uczniów, dostępu do sprzętu i szerokopasmowego łącza, i były udziałem nauczycieli z większości krajów biorących udział w badaniu.

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2022-07-26

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Stefanowicz-Kocoł, A., & Grochowska, A. (2022). Gotowość cyfrowa średnich szkół zawodowych. Humanities and Cultural Studies, 3(2), 79–99. https://doi.org/10.55225/hcs.410

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