JTIE 2010, 2(3):33-36 | 10.5507/jtie.2010.044

ICT IN NON INFORMATIC SUBJECTS

Vlasta RABE, Jan SLEGR, Tereza MACHOVA
Dept. of Informatics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, UHK, Rokitanskeho 62, 500 03, Hradec Kralove, CZ

Suggested project provides an introduction to the concepts of strategic management of informations and knowledge in education and explains some key therms. This project is still in progress and will finish in first half of next year. Goal of research is finding fit spectrum interdisciplinar relations, where is possible to use ICT and develop key competences lerners and students, regarding of trends in todays information society and requirements in education and practice scope. In project are examined principles and strategies in educational process and is realized research of new approaches to leadership and management of outcomes, which are important in education. We explore the relationship between organisational theory and strategic management of informations and knowledge. By solving project's problem we combine quantitative and qualitative research methods, especially braistorming and case study (qualitative). We work with focus groups. This kind of research consist in discussion in groups. Consequently we will make statistical evaluation (quantitative) from discussions to compare results. Project will contribute to increase quality of education, especially in cross-sectional topics in curriculum.

Keywords: ICT, interdisciplinar relations, key competences, focus groups

Published: December 1, 2010

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