JTIE 2011, 3(2):10-13 | 10.5507/jtie.2011.018


Vlasta RABE1, Jan ŠLÉGR2
1 Katedra informatiky
2 Katedra fyziky, Přírodovědecká fakulta UHK, Rokitanského 62, 50003 Hradec Králové, ČR

This paper deals about reflection of changes in undestanding of teacher vocation and in teacher education focusused on informatics. Goal of this paper is monitoring of possibilities ICT and system approaches in education, especially focused on education future teachers in elementary and secondary schools. Nowadays education should develop skills for 21th century, i.e. orientation in ICT, problems solving, critical thinking and team working. It entails complex approach to education. Students are involved in projects and use their skills in inter-subjects relations - in mathematics, languages, geography, natural science and technologies. With ICT students use several technologies more effective, e.g. tool for planning, development or presentation of projects. Education should be joined with real world problems and practical exploitation of acquired knowledge and skills. collaborative learning and blended learning. There is accented pedagogical and psychological aspect of students motivation in engineering disciplins and ICT influence in development of key competences.

Keywords: effective approach to teaching and learning, natural science, impact of ICT, motivation, key competences

Published: August 1, 2011

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