JTIE X:X | 10.5507/jtie.2017.003

DIGITÁLNÍ HRY VE VÝUCE Z POHLEDU UČITELŮ

Karel PICKA
Masarykova Univerzita v Brně, Česká republika

Výzkum má za cíl popsat jak učitelé vnímají zapojování digitálních her do výuky a jestli a jak je ve své výuce používají. Práce je inspirována jinými výzkumy ze zahraničí, které popisují učitelský přístup k zapojování digitálních her do vzdělávacího procesu. Především v USA (Takeuchi & Vaala, 2014), Velké Británii, Švédsku či Singapuru. Data byla sebrána pomocí dotazníkového šetření, kterého se zúčastnilo celkem 586 respondentů z celé ČR. Výzkumné šetření tak především zjistilo jak často, jakým způsobem a s jakými obtížemi učitelé digitální hry využívají ve své praxi, popřípadě proč tuto metodu nevyužívají.

Klíčová slova: Digitální hry, ICT, game-based learning, dotazníkové šetření

Vloženo: 5. prosinec 2016; Přijato: 8. únor 2017; Zveřejněno online: 8. březen 2017

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