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PEDAGOGICAL SOLUTIONS IN E-TEACHER TRAINING – TOWARDS EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION BY TEACHERS

PEDAGOGICAL SOLUTIONS IN E-TEACHER TRAINING – TOWARDS EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION BY TEACHERS
Agnieszka Gadomska, Jarosław Krajka

Abstract: The question of how to design and implement teacher training in the use of educational technologies is a hot topic which still needs thorough research. The authors describe a case study in which teachers of English from rural areas were recruited, had their needs diagnosed and were trained in the use of technology in language teaching. Afterwards, a sample of the course participants was investigated through observations and interviews in their teaching contexts, in order to see the effect of training on subsequent technology adoption.
Keywords: middle and secondary school education, interactive whiteboards, language teacher training
PEDAGOGICAL SOLUTIONS IN E-TEACHER TRAINING – TOWARDS EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION BY TEACHERS.pdf
 
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