Developing teachers’ interactive competence with the support of video recalled interviews: a training method in the making – Some initial results and lessons learned
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Spante, M. & Svanberg, P. (2012). Developing teachers’ interactive competence with the support of video recalled interviews: a training method in the making – Some initial results and lessons learned. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 4886-4893). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This pilot study puts special emphasis on teachers interactive competence. Interactive competence is defined as the teacher's ability to handle interaction with the students while incorporating interactive technology in the teaching situation. The focus of the study lies on the teacher's ability to manage an interactive digital artifact with built-in interactive features, and the interactions that exist between teacher and student, as well as on the teacher's way of dealing with student-to-student interactions during teaching sessions, on repeated occasions. The paper reports how two K-12 Swedish teachers themselves identify and manage their own competence development with the support of the method of video recalled interviews (VRI). Initial results suggest that the teachers in the study were mainly concerned about the social atmosphere in the classroom and how the teachers relate to students and less focused on how the interactive technology supports learning of the subject matter during the different sessions.
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