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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHERS' COMPETENCE FOR ITS APPLICATION IN THE CLASSROOM

Jelena Maksimović, Nevena Dimić
2016 Istraživanja u Pedagogiji  
The subject of the research is focused on questioning teachers' attitudes in reference to using ICT competencies in the classroom, considering the gender, years of service and education, while the problem  ...  Thus, the respondents recognize the need and the importance of using ICT in preparation and teaching realization and they consider it as an important part of their professional development.  ...  the attitudes of teachersreflective practitioners in reference to using ICT competencies in the classroom, considering the gender, years of service and education.  ... 
doi:10.17810/2015.35 fatcat:u33fgqujhnhp7hfrnqevy34y2a

Technological Socialization and Digital Inclusion: Understanding Digital Literacy Biographies among Young People in Madrid

Daniel Calderón Gómez
2020 Social Inclusion  
Methodologically, this article is based on 30 in-depth biographically-oriented qualitative interviews with young people living in the region of Madrid, Spain.  ...  among people who are not confident regarding their digital competencies or disinterested in ICTs.  ...  Acknowledgments This article is funded by the Complutense University of Madrid under the project "Estudios sobre la Desigualdad Social/Social Inequality Studies" (reference FEI-EU-17-24).  ... 
doi:10.17645/si.v8i2.2601 fatcat:pqx2kzbzhrb4zjalz3pznuaoia

ICT as cultural capital: The relationship between socioeconomic status and the computer-use profile of young people

Jo Tondeur, Ilse Sinnaeve, Mieke van Houtte, Johan van Braak
2010 New Media & Society  
More specifically, the article examines whether varying patterns of computer access, attitudes, competencies and uses can be seen as constituting differences in cultural capital.  ...  Additionally, gender was included in the survey as an important background characteristic in digital divide research.  ...  Procedure and instruments In order to understand the ways in which socioeconomic status and gender may influence young people's computer-use profile (computer ownership, attitudes, competencies and use  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444810369245 fatcat:q6p5d3mqbrhfne3k2x3l2zlq3i

The Digital Competence of Pre-Service Educators: The Influence of Personal Variables

Marcos Cabezas-González, Sonia Casillas-Martín, Francisco José García-Peñalvo
2021 Sustainability  
This article presents the results of a research study to determine the influence that the variables of gender, age, and academic degree have on the acquisition of digital competence by pre-service educators  ...  The main conclusion was that the three variables studied can be considered as influential, though not determinant, in the acquisition of digital competency.  ...  Pre-service educators show different levels of digital competence in the dimensions of knowledge, usage, and attitude according to the personal variable of gender. Hypothesis 2 (H2).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13042318 fatcat:65qoed3vpzhm3iwecmh3ewcca4

Self-assessment of entrepreneurial competencies of students of higher education

Helena Šlogar, Nebojša Stanić, Krešimir Jerin
2021 Zbornik Veleučilišta u Rijeci  
Entrepreneurship has become an important academic field leading to a growing interest of scientists in the study, development and evaluation of entrepreneurial competencies of young people.  ...  Statistically significant differences in entrepreneurial competencies according to the gender of students were found.  ...  This helped to map professional fields from the domain of a specific and generic behavioral perspective.  ... 
doi:10.31784/zvr.9.1.5 fatcat:6c4ngkfxp5c23gji6ogpjf5r3a

The Self-Perceived Digital Competence of Social Educators in Spain: Influence of Demographic and Professional Variables

Marcos Cabezas González, Sonia Casillas Martín, Andrea Verenice Basantes Andrade
2020 International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology  
This article presents the findings of a research that aims to be a pioneer in the field of study of Social Education in Spain and whose objective is to analyze the self-perceived digital competence of  ...  On the contrary, professional variables do have an influence on the self-assessment of digital competence.  ...  Competence implies knowledge, procedures, attitudes, and values to improve problem solving in a specific context. Digital competence refers to a conceptualized reality under a heterogeneity of terms.  ... 
doi:10.18517/ijaseit.10.6.9246 fatcat:hzgvzenwkjgwtji57xyo6whdwe

Financial Literacy of Young Professionals in the Context of Financial Technology Developments in Mauritius

Boolaky A, Mauree-Narrainen D, Padachi K
2021 Journal of Social Economics Research  
The specific objectives of this study are to gauge the financial knowledge of young professionals and analyze their attitudes and behavior in regards to the use of Fintech for basic money management, financial  ...  A quantitative study using a survey targets young professionals in the different occupational groups that constitute the Mauritian professional workforce.  ...  On the other hand, where financial attitude and behavior in the context of Fintech use is concerned, young professionals from the ICT and Engineering sectors are found to be more highly ranked than those  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.35.2021.82.119.134 fatcat:pegn6i5f5jenpdrt2u6xsttd2u

Developing Emotional Intelligence with a Game: The League of Emotions Learners Approach

Jaione Santos, Triinu Jesmin, Antonio Martis, Michelle Maunder, Sandra Cruz, Carolina Novo, Hannah Schiff, Pedro Bessa, Ricardo Costa, Carlos Vaz de Carvalho
2021 Computers  
Therefore, it is important to analyze how young people deal with, understand, and interpret emotions, particularly in the context of a professional career where the ability to dialogue with different people  ...  For the younger generation entering the professional market, this is particularly relevant as, in this context, emotions are managed and communicated in ways (and channels) that are different from what  ...  Data Availability Statement: All data has been present in main text. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/computers10080097 fatcat:udklexqx6rehdhktgecuacnrty

Entrepreneurial Education in Schools – a Prerequisite in European Context

Maria Cristina Serb Tanislav, Madalina Maria Oachesu, Delia Mioara Popescu
2017 Valahian Journal of Economic Studies  
knowledge and attitudes which are essential for the development of an entrepreneurial culture in Europe.  ...  In our complex society, based on knowledge, is important the introduction and development in formal and informal training of transversal competences especially entrepreneurship, to provide competences,  ...  The data collection tool, the questionnaire, was structured according to four detailed and scaled specifications: skills and competencies, knowledge, motivation and attitudes, the impact on one's career  ... 
doi:10.1515/vjes-2017-0020 fatcat:xqphma5hcrc2fotl6qkke67svi

Digital Innovation in Education: Occupational Stress and Attitude toward Change among Schoolteachers

Mirella Ferrari, Giulia Mura, Davide Diamantini
2018 American Journal of Educational Research  
More specifically, we measured the impact of personal and contextual variables on the participants' attitude to digital change, identifying a pattern of interaction.  ...  The introduction of ICT into the school context is driving change in the education system, and teachers, whether willingly or otherwise, are among the main actors in this process.  ...  Of the five variables investigated, only two were correlated with positive attitudes to digital innovation in the school context.  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-6-2-9 fatcat:trftb5velbf4bguykqglr5ukh4

Understanding Technological Socialization

Daniel Calderón Gómez
2020 Medijske Studije  
In this article the author takes a socio-generational perspective in order to reconstruct young adults' biographies of socialization in the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the  ...  From a sample of thirty in-depth interviews structured by gender, age, education and type of digital accessibility, the author's analysis results in a typology of four ideal techno-biographical trajectories  ...  Professional users Finally, the fourth trajectory is associated with professional contexts of use of digital technologies, such as the academic environment and workspaces.  ... 
doi:10.20901/ms.10.20.1 fatcat:k6pnot3xhfcqfhgmrdm2m3yeoi

Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals Towards Older Adults' Abilities to Use Digital Technology (Preprint)

Ittay Mannheim, Eveline J.M. Wouters, Leonieke C. van Boekel, Yvonne van Zaalen
2020 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
The aim of this study was to investigate the influencing role of ageism in the context of health care professionals attitudes toward older adults' abilities to use health care DT.  ...  In study 2, the salience of age was manipulated. Health care professionals (N=93) were randomly assigned to rate the abilities of a young or old person to use health care DT.  ...  Rutten, and Jaron Schnitzer, for participating in the translation process of the FSA and ERA-12.  ... 
doi:10.2196/26232 pmid:33881408 fatcat:fon5q2v2fncjdprx2bzcfnq6li

Jóvenes, fracaso escolar y programas de segunda oportunidad / Youth, academic failure and second chance training programmes

Patricia Olmos Rueda, Oscar Mas Torelló
2014 Revista Española de Orientación y Psicopedagogía  
It examines what kind of training alternatives these young people have in order to minimize their risk of exclusion and to improve their inclusion in society, labour market and educational context.  ...  This research analyses this situation of vulnerability and evaluates the possible factors that lead to it, such as personal and educational factors, behaviours, perception of mastery of key competences  ...  As the current labour market requires basic and new professional competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes), and the lifelong learning process is becoming a crucial strategy in achieving these (EUROSTAT  ... 
doi:10.5944/reop.vol.24.num.1.2013.11272 fatcat:dm75bxtdjzgfdkidyd7bkk7j6m

The Teaching Digital Competence of Health Sciences Teachers. A Study at Andalusian Universities (Spain)

Julio Cabero-Almenara, Julio Barroso-Osuna, Juan-Jesús Gutiérrez-Castillo, Antonio Palacios-Rodríguez
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This study tries to investigate the level of digital teaching competence (DTC) of Higher Education teachers of Health Sciences, and its relationship with several variables.  ...  In addition, the area in which teachers excel is digital resources.  ...  In the case of young people, it may seem that they have greater digital competence, but making a more superficial use of these, since they are in the initial phase of professional development.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18052552 pmid:33806483 pmcid:PMC7967502 fatcat:xfaw6xsf5bgrnedb4gplrfkhom

Pipped at the Post: Knowledge Gaps and Expected Low Parental IT Competence Ratings Affect Young Women's Awakening Interest in Professional Careers in Information Science

Angela Schorr
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
In general, the participants' responses point to a comprehensive misdirection of young women in German middle schools and academic high schools.  ...  The girls rate their ICT competence lower than the boys; nevertheless, both genders share a relatively high interest in ICT professions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author would like to thank André Bertels and Aleksandr Gorovoj for their help in carrying out the study and/or helpful comments on the manuscript, and also wishes to express gratitude  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00968 pmid:31118914 pmcid:PMC6504807 fatcat:bvd7j5ofejayjhdkbzndpf4esi
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