Search results for: Valcke Martin
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A Cross-Cultural Study of Teacher Perspectives on Teacher Roles and Adoption of Online Collaborative Learning in Higher Education
The purpose of this study is to understand teachers' perspectives on their roles in higher education, and their views about the adoption of a social-constructivist approach to teaching and learning. Furthermore, the study aims to understand the integration of online collaborative learning in blended learning environments in higher education from a cross cultural perspective. The authors interviewed 60 Chinese teachers from Beijing, China and 30 Flemish teachers from Flanders, Belgium.
Updated: Aug. 01, 2010
Investigating Teachers' Educational Beliefs in Chinese Primary Schools: Socioeconomic and Geographical Perspectives
This empirical study investigates the nature of and profiles in primary teachers' educational beliefs in the Chinese educational settings. A survey of 820 primary school teachers was conducted. Results show that gender and subject domain affect traditional educational beliefs. Significant differences appear considering economic and geographical context variables.
Updated: Jan. 31, 2010
An interview study was conducted in Flanders, Belgium, regarding Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) teachers training. The study focused on the content and format of the teacher training and to what extent is the training linked to schools policies. The results indicate ICT programs are not well developed and linked only partially to school policies.
Updated: Jun. 10, 2008