Informatics and Communication Technologies (ICT) and In-service Teachers’ Training

Giavrimis Panagiotis, Papastamatis Adamantios, Valkanos Efthymios, Anastasiou Adamos

Abstract


This paper is part of a research project which aims to identify the teachers’ educational needs and the implementation of Informatics and Communication Technologies (ICT) and its impact on teaching, learning and cognitive processes as well as the students’ behavioural adaptation. In the main research, 118 primary school teachers from the island of Lesvos in Greece participated, 36 of them (30.5%) were male and 82 (69.5%) were female teachers. The questionnaire used in this research consists of seven issue units. Teachers who took part in the research were not totally satisfied with the training that they had already received but on the other hand, they were positive in the idea of continuous training, whereas there are differentiations among demographic units concerning the characteristics of training.


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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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