Who is responsible?
Perception of importance and
responsibility of future teachers
towards ICT.
Patrick Giroux, Université...
Context
✧ Technology is playing a growing role in our life
✧ ICT skills were added to school curricula
⭐ Why?
⭐ Necessary ...
Context
✧ Each university has choosen it’s own way...
✧ But studies show future teachers
⭐ believe they’re competent, good...
How could all those universities fail to prepare future
teacher?
✧ Previous research data (Giroux, Gagnon, Gremion et Hein...
Our study...
✧ Longitudinal
⭐ Started in January 2013
⭐ Still ongoing
⭐ 9 consecutive semesters
5
Methodology
✧ Online Survey
✧ Before the first ICT related class
✧ 29 tools
⭐ Skill level
⭐ Importance
⭐ Responsability
6
Participants (first 9 semester)
✧ 2692 participants
⭐ 2239 women
⭐ 450 men
⭐ 18-63 years
⭐ 64% between 19 and 24
✧ Course ...
Participants (first 9 semester)
✧ Daily , they use…
⭐ Personnal computer: 60%
⭐ Laptop: 96%
⭐ Smartphone: 85%
⭐ PMPs (iPod...
9
How important is it to have ICT in schools?
How important is it for teachers to master ICT skills?
10
How important is it for students to master ICT skills?
11
What tools are
important to the
future teachers?
⭐ Word processor
⭐ Presentation software
⭐ Spreadsheet
⭐ Email
⭐ Interact...
Tools they
mostly don’t
know about...
(could not juge their importance)
⭐ Social bookmarks
⭐ E-portfolio
⭐ Exerciser softw...
The importance
given to other
tools was
medium or low
⭐ Web page creator
⭐ Digital camera, image processing
tools and audi...
Majority thought
that the school/
teachers are
responsible for
⭐ Word processor, Presentation
software & Spreadsheet
⭐ Web...
Learners or their
parents must take
responsibility for all
other tools
16
As ICT is rapidly
gaining importance
in our lives, we
might expect that the
importance
attributed to them
increases over t...
No university is
clearly more
successful, either
through recruitment
or training prior to
the first course in
ICT .
18
How...
This could mean that ICT
integration initiatives in
other courses prior to the
ICT course are effective.
19
Questions? Comments ?
20
To continue this discussion:
Email: pgiroux@uqac.ca G+: +PatrickGiroux
Twitter: @pgiroux Slidesha...
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Who is responsible? Perception of importance and responsibility of future teachers towards ICT.

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Several governments have adjusted their school curricula to integrate ICT skills training for young people as they are considered necessary in the 21st Century. In doing so, governments have given teachers the responsibility for the development of young people's ICT skills. Universities, for their part, need to train future teachers accordingly. A longitudinal research was started in 2013 to study the evolution of some techno-perceptions and beliefs of student teachers from many universities in order to better understand their views and their needs. This communication will focus on the importance that future teachers attach to different tools and to whom they attribute the responsibility to train young people to these tools. We will discuss the main beliefs of future teachers in terms of importance and responsibility, and consider their evolution over time, differences between university and the possibility to adjust teachers initial training.

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    1. 1. Who is responsible? Perception of importance and responsibility of future teachers towards ICT. Patrick Giroux, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi Stéphane Villeneuve, Université du Québec à Montréal Carole Raby, Université du Québec à Montréal Martine Peters, Université du Québec en Outaouais 1
    2. 2. Context ✧ Technology is playing a growing role in our life ✧ ICT skills were added to school curricula ⭐ Why? ⭐ Necessary in the 21st century! ✧ Teachers are therefore responsable ✧ Universities need to train future teachers accordingly 2
    3. 3. Context ✧ Each university has choosen it’s own way... ✧ But studies show future teachers ⭐ believe they’re competent, good at using the Internet and able to help learners ⭐ lack many abilities!!! 3
    4. 4. How could all those universities fail to prepare future teacher? ✧ Previous research data (Giroux, Gagnon, Gremion et Heinzen, 2013) suggests that future teachers ⭐ do not consider all ICT skills equally important ⭐ assign responsibility for several ICT skills to other players ✧ By cons, this research had many European participants and only a few Canadian ✧ If true, it could explain the lesser impact of universities 4
    5. 5. Our study... ✧ Longitudinal ⭐ Started in January 2013 ⭐ Still ongoing ⭐ 9 consecutive semesters 5
    6. 6. Methodology ✧ Online Survey ✧ Before the first ICT related class ✧ 29 tools ⭐ Skill level ⭐ Importance ⭐ Responsability 6
    7. 7. Participants (first 9 semester) ✧ 2692 participants ⭐ 2239 women ⭐ 450 men ⭐ 18-63 years ⭐ 64% between 19 and 24 ✧ Course was mandatory for 87% ✧ 9 universities ✧ Will teach… ⭐ k-6: 63% ⭐ 7-12: 20% ⭐ Professionnal: 4% ⭐ College: 11% ⭐ University: 2% 7
    8. 8. Participants (first 9 semester) ✧ Daily , they use… ⭐ Personnal computer: 60% ⭐ Laptop: 96% ⭐ Smartphone: 85% ⭐ PMPs (iPod Touch or other): 33% ⭐ Tablet: 52% ⭐ Digital book reader: 4% 8
    9. 9. 9 How important is it to have ICT in schools?
    10. 10. How important is it for teachers to master ICT skills? 10
    11. 11. How important is it for students to master ICT skills? 11
    12. 12. What tools are important to the future teachers? ⭐ Word processor ⭐ Presentation software ⭐ Spreadsheet ⭐ Email ⭐ Interactive board ⭐ Bibliographic tools 12
    13. 13. Tools they mostly don’t know about... (could not juge their importance) ⭐ Social bookmarks ⭐ E-portfolio ⭐ Exerciser software ⭐ Online collaboration tools ⭐ Clickers ⭐ Mindmapping tool ⭐ E-mailing list ⭐ RSS 13
    14. 14. The importance given to other tools was medium or low ⭐ Web page creator ⭐ Digital camera, image processing tools and audio/video (creating & sharing) ⭐ Instant messaging & social networks ⭐ Videoconferencing ⭐ Wiki, blog & micro-blog ⭐ Podcast ⭐ Forum ⭐ Cloud storage services 14
    15. 15. Majority thought that the school/ teachers are responsible for ⭐ Word processor, Presentation software & Spreadsheet ⭐ Web page creator & Audio/video (creating & sharing) ⭐ Wiki, forum & online collaboration tools ⭐ E-Portfolio ⭐ Bibliographic tools ⭐ Cloud storage services ⭐ Interactive board ⭐ Mindmapping software 15
    16. 16. Learners or their parents must take responsibility for all other tools 16
    17. 17. As ICT is rapidly gaining importance in our lives, we might expect that the importance attributed to them increases over time. 17 No systematic significant difference over time!
    18. 18. No university is clearly more successful, either through recruitment or training prior to the first course in ICT . 18 However, one can observe some significant differences when comparing two universities for a specific tool.
    19. 19. This could mean that ICT integration initiatives in other courses prior to the ICT course are effective. 19
    20. 20. Questions? Comments ? 20 To continue this discussion: Email: pgiroux@uqac.ca G+: +PatrickGiroux Twitter: @pgiroux Slideshare: pgiroux

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