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2019 | 52 | 192-211
Article title

iPad jako narzędzie edukacyjnej zmiany? Porównawcze badanie wdrożenia projektu edukacyjnego w Libii i Polsce

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Title variants
EN
Is the iPad a Tool for Educational Change? International Comparative Study on iPads’ Implementation at Libyan and Polish Schools
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
This comparative small-scale (Libyan and Polish sample) qualitative study investigates two educational models of iPads’ implementation and integration with the overall pedagogical objectives in early education in Libya and Poland. The basic methodological frame was video-ethnography supplemented by semi-structured interviews with parents, teachers and children. The questions asked were designed to recognize how technology might fit within the school’s overall vision. The results indicate that each technology initiative can be potentially transformative for schools, teachers and students. The iPad as an open educational tool encourages a student-centered model of learning, whereas teachers predominantly use frontal teaching methods. Furthermore, the teachers in the two countries have considerably different perceptions and expectations regarding the role and outcome of mobile technology.
EN
This comparative small-scale (Libyan and Polish sample) qualitative study investigates two educational models of iPads’ implementation and integration with the overall pedagogical objectives in early education in Libya and Poland. The basic methodological frame was video-ethnography supplemented by semi-structured interviews with parents, teachers and children. The questions asked were designed to recognize how technology might fit within the school’s overall vision. The results indicate that each technology initiative can be potentially transformative for schools, teachers and students. The iPad as an open educational tool encourages a student-centered model of learning, whereas teachers predominantly use frontal teaching methods. Furthermore, the teachers in the two countries have considerably different perceptions and expectations regarding the role and outcome of mobile technology.
Year
Issue
52
Pages
192-211
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Dates
published
2019-03-15
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_se_2019_52_13
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