Perception of Teachers on Collaborative Tools Knowledge Level Mediated by ICT and Their Experience with Students
Rosalba Acosta Corporan, University of Salamanca ; Jorge Joo Nagata, University of Educational Sciences (Santiago de Chile) ; Antonio Martín García, Azucena Hernández Martín, University of Salamanca
iJET Volume 15, Number 11, ISSN 1863-0383 Publisher: International Journal of Emerging Technology in Learning, Kassel, Germany
In 21st century, competencies mediated with ICT are key for development at the educational area. This is the reason why this research aims to assess perception on level of competences of secondary school teachers on technological tools to promote collaborative work methodologies with their students and determine if said level has influence on the implementation of these experiences. Design implies a mixed model based on the application of a questionnaire divided in three parts: demographic aspects, level of knowledge on collaborative tools and experiences on collaborative work with students. Sample (n=542) corresponds to secondary education teachers from Dominican Republic. In analysis, nonparametric tests and categorizations were used. Results suggest that teachers require of a better formation on collaborative methodologies and tools mediated by ICT and, additionally, results indicate that there is a digital gap between male and female teachers, as the first group had more advantages.
Acosta Corporan, R., Joo Nagata, J., Martín García, A. & Hernández Martín, A. (2020). Perception of Teachers on Collaborative Tools Knowledge Level Mediated by ICT and Their Experience with Students. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 15(11), 137-161. Kassel, Germany: International Journal of Emerging Technology in Learning.