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Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education


Vicković, Ivan; Bruckler, Franka Miriam
Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education // Book of abstracts
Krakow, 2010. (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education

Autori
Vicković, Ivan ; Bruckler, Franka Miriam

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of abstracts / - Krakow, 2010

Skup
10th European Conference on Research in Chemistry Education

Mjesto i datum
Krakow, Poljska, 4-7.07.2010

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
interactive whiteboard; teacher education; pre-service training

Sažetak
Implementation of the Bologna process at Croatian universities required the implementation of adapted study programmes and a new approach to education and learning. Our evidence is that schools are being increasingly supplied by Interactive Whiteboards (IAWB). The newest technical and computational accesories like IAWB are supposed to be applied together with appropriate didactic methods. However, there is no guarantee that teachers using them are any more advanced in understanding of the potential of the IAWB than their trainees. Without appropriate training IAWBs can be reduced on traditional presentational media simply failing to exploit the power of interactivity. Both primary and secondary schools were in the focus of the research. The broad aim of this research was to train chemistry students how to use the IAWB in the classroom, in order to make them IAWB-capable users in the in-service period. In the same time they will be able to give support and advice to fellow teachers how to become effective IAWB users. Development of didactic methods appropriate for an IAWB was tested. Special attention has been attributed to the course of Methods of teching chemistry for both chemistry and biology majors. We assumed that our students were effective and experienced computer users. Consequently, specific requirements of IAWB software were quickly mastered. Groups of students investigated different didactic methods and applied them to their course mates. Three stages of IAWB were applied: (i) supported didactic: where IAWB was used just as a visual support with little interactivity, (ii) interactive: with limited use of the potential of the IAWB to stimulate students’ responses and demonstrate some concepts, and (iii) enhanced interactive: integrating concept and cognitive development in a way that the interactive capacity of the technology was exploited. The achieved results are analysed and compared to common didactic methods. Working with limited number of relatively small groups, the succesfullness of methods apllied to IAWB was analysed by interviewing and polling. During pre-service training, students met a modern approach to the education using sophisticated IAWB. The knowledge achieved through simulation on an IAWB can be compared to the knowledge achieved through laboratory work, and it is even more efficient than the knowledge showed after classical lessons using common didactic methods. For students the IAWB is interesting as sophisticated electronic device, since they are close to the interactive computing technology (ICT). Following a general idea that chemistry lectures have to be based on experiments, such experiments can be shown in real laboratory or almost equally efficiently in simulated laboratory using IAWB. Simulating experiments on IAWB is even advisable for dangerous, expensive, and/or long lasting experiments. It is shown that the method of simulation of experiments can significantly improve students' interest and quality of education. Chemistry students in pre-service training readily applied their chemistry knowledge using IAWB. Working with small sample we believe that experienced practitioners will spred the use of IAWB in schools not only in chemistry. This research gives a measurable contribution to the quality of university education of chemistry teachers, and consequently to the quality of in-service teaching. The achieved results contribute to the Quality Assurance in Higher Education, one of the main goals of the Bologna process.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kemija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
119-0091361-2957 - Razvoj metoda nastave kemije na interaktivnoj školskoj ploči (, )

Ustanove
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Ivan Vicković (autor)

Avatar Url Franka Miriam Brückler (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Vicković, Ivan; Bruckler, Franka Miriam
Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education // Book of abstracts
Krakow, 2010. (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Vicković, I. & Bruckler, F. (2010) Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education. U: Book of abstracts.
@article{article, year = {2010}, keywords = {interactive whiteboard, teacher education, pre-service training}, title = {Effective Practice of Interactive Electronic Whiteboard in Chemistry Teacher Education}, keyword = {interactive whiteboard, teacher education, pre-service training}, publisherplace = {Krakow, Poljska} }




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