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1. Teachers are motivated by the activity.

a. They perceive or anticipate benefits for their student:                  
They expect to see better academic results. --- --- --- ---
They expect to see better academic motivation. ---
They expect to see more in-depth learning. ---
b. They perceive or anticipate benefits for their workload. ---
c. They perceive or anticipate that they will be capable of learning to make effective use of techno-pedagogical tools (technology-based devices used in teaching). ---

2. The activity scenario is characterized by finely-tuned coordination between the teaching methods used and the objectives pursued.

a. The objectives of the scripted activity are consistent with the course objectives. --- --- --- ---
b. The objectives of the scripted activity are consistent with the program objectives ---
c. The teaching methods used are appropriate for the objectives of the activity ---
d. The methods and focuses of evaluation are helpful in verifying whether the objectives of the activity have been attained ---

3. The teaching methods used in the scripted activity focus mainly on...

A. ... the transmission of content by assigning a reactive role to the student and assigning to the teacher the role of instructor, of specialist in the subject-matter;
B. ... conscious proficiency in cognitive skills by assigning a proactive role to the student and assigning to the teacher the role of facilitator;
C. ... the co-construction of socially meaningful knowledge by assigning an interactive role to the student and assigning to the teacher the role of moderator.

As you choosed A, answer to questions below...

a. Techno-pedagogical tools lead to performance learning or facilitate training, the way educational games or drills can do --- --- --- ---
b. Techno-pedagogical tools have characteristics that stimulate motivation in students            
Techno-pedagogical tools are differentiated and adaptive, so that they allow individual students to progress at their own rate, offering both challenges and successes at the same time ---
c. Techno-pedagogical tools are used mainly on an individual basis in the classroom or lab ---

As you choose B, answer to questions below...

a. Techno-pedagogical tools call on the students to use meta-cognition, to reflect on their learning strategies and methods, the way tutorials or intelligent simulators that provide feedback can do --- --- --- ---
b. Techno-pedagogical tools are used primarily on an individual basis in the classroom or lab, but outside these settings as well ---

As you choose C, answer to questions below...

a. Techno-pedagogical tools support collaborative learning, the way virtual training environments can do --- --- --- ---
The teaching methods used are in keeping with a project-based approach or a problem-based approach ---
b. Techno-pedagogical tools provide access to outside resources and people (experts, mentors) ---
c. Techno-pedagogical tools are used to extend group activities outside the classroom or lab ---

4. The organizational conditions are favourable to the unfolding of the activity.

a. The institution where the activity takes place has a plan for integrating IT into teaching --- --- --- ---
b. The institution assigns someone the role of techno-pedagogical consultant for a significant portion of that person's workload ---
c. The hardware and software used are appropriate for the techno-pedagogical tools udes in the activity ---
d. Users (teachers and students) have a sufficient level of competence or skill so that they can benefit from the techno-pedagogical tools used in the activity ---
If the need arises, training in how to use the devices is provided ---
e. Users (teachers and students) have access to support for technology-based teaching ---
f. If teachers are not very familiar with the teaching methods involved in the scenario, they benefit from pedagogical support ---

5. The techno-pedagogical tools used in the activity helps reduce sociocultural differences (sex, social class, ethno-cultural status) among those who use them.

a. The activity proposes responsible civic use of the technologies --- --- --- ---
b. The activity helps bridge the gap between students' and teachers ability to use the technologies ---

Informations on basic datas

  • Numbers of statements presented (taking into account the choice of A, B or C for condition 3)
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  • Number of answers given
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  • Number of statements rated from 0 to 3
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Résultats globaux

  • Average score calculated for all five conditions
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  • Global degree of certainty
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  • Efficiency rating calculated for all five conditions
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