Strategy-Based Development of Teacher Educators' ICT Competence through a Co-operative Staff Development Project
European Journal of Teacher Education Volume 29, Number 2, ISSN 0261-9768
An ICT strategy and an implementation plan for teacher education were created in a co-operative process. Visions and expectations of staff members and students were registered by questionnaires and by making notes during sessions in which the strategy was created. Thereafter, an implementation document, where the staff development programme and plans of how to develop ICT infrastructure and to integrate ICT to teacher education, was created. A large programme for staff ICT skills development was implemented and a new infrastructure (a new domain and websites etc.) was developed over a two-year period. On the basis of staff self-evaluation data, staff ICT skills developed substantially and ICT use as part of teacher education grew more versatile. On the basis of our experiences and the data collected during the project, a list of properties needed for a successful staff development project is given. (Contains 8 tables.)
Lavonen, J., Lattu, M., Juuti, K. & Meisalo, V. (2006). Strategy-Based Development of Teacher Educators' ICT Competence through a Co-operative Staff Development Project. European Journal of Teacher Education, 29(2), 241-265.
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