Teachers’ self perception on Digital Competence and OER use as determined by a xMOOC training course.
DepartmentTecnológico de Monterrey; Universidad de Salamanca
DisciplineCiencias Sociales / Social Sciences
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FormatEn Extenso / In Extenso
Conference NameAnnual Meeting 2017 AERA (American Educational Research Association).
Conference HostTecnológico de Monterrey
AbstractTeachers’ digital competence is becoming a crucial element for the construction of useful pedagogical knowledge for practice and, consequently, improvement of students’ learning. Digital competence (DC) is defined as the set of contents, skills and attitudes that are required when using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) (Calvani, Cartelli, Fini & Ranieri, 2008). DC is a complex construct that comprises several dimensions. Ferrari (2013) proposes five areas that enclose 21 different skills therein: Information (ability to retrieve and analyze digital information).
TypeArtículo de Conferencia / Conference Article
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