Teachers’ Attitudes to Incorporation Digital Means in Teaching Process in Relation to the Subjects they Teach
Keywords:efficiency of teaching, digital didactic means, interactive activities, teacher training, teachers` didactic technological competences
The paper presents some of the empirical results of the research focused on iden-tification of the ways the primary and secondary school teachers use interactive educational activities and digital means in their teaching practice in dependence on the subjects they teach. The main research question was whether the ways of the use of interactive educational activities and digital means are the same for all teachers, independently on the character of the subject they teach, or whether it depends on the taught subject. As the results have showed, the purposes signifi-cantly differ in dependence on the character of the taught subjects. In the paper, in more detail results for teaching natural science subjects and foreign languages are discussed.
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