INTEGRATING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES INTO TEACHING PROCESS

Biljana Novković Cvetković, Dragana Stanojević

DOI Number
10.22190/TEME1804219N
First page
1219
Last page
1233

Abstract


This paper wishes to highlight great significance of digital technologies that should be implemented to the highest extent possible in the teaching process. Digital literacy and digital competencies in today's highly developed technological world have been recognized as important aspects for the successful implementation of digital technologies in the teaching process. With this in mind, in this paper we tried to answer the questions as to for what purposes teachers use digital technologies the most and how interested the teachers are for the use of digital technologies. The conclusion is that teachers are highly interested in the application of digital technologies in teaching. Out of all the listed items, the teachers mostly used the Internet-based content  and Correspondence by e-mail in their work. The research was based on a descriptive investigative method. Surveys and scaling techniques for measuring teachers' attitudes were used. The present research was carried out between March and April 2017.The basic cohort in this research comprised 276 primary school teachers in the cities of Vranje and Nis. The nature of a sample is that of a stratified simple random sample.

 


Keywords

digital technologies, digital competences, digital literacy, teaching process, teachers.

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