Teacher Educators' Digital Competence
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research Volume 58, Number 3, ISSN 0031-3831
This position paper focuses on how the new national curriculum for school and the new general plan for teacher education in Norway change the underlying premises for teaching and learning in today's teacher education. This has become particularly pressing as a result of the new educational reform "Knowledge Promotion" in schools, whereby digital competence is now the fifth basic competence in all subjects at all levels, as well as in the new teacher education curriculum in Norway. Against this background, the aim of this position paper is to elaborate on how a digital competence model can function on a micro level to fulfil the intentions from the national and institutional policy level. The research question considered by this paper is whether (and if so, how) a digital competence model for TEs can function as a model on an individual level.
Krumsvik, R.J. (2014). Teacher Educators' Digital Competence. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 58(3), 269-280.
- Educational Change
- Educational Needs
- educational policy
- educational technology
- Foreign Countries
- Knowledge Base for Teaching
- National Curriculum
- Teacher Competencies
- Teacher Education Curriculum
- Teacher Education Programs
- Teacher Educator Education
- Teacher Educators
- Teaching Skills
- Technological Literacy
- Technology Education
- technology integration
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