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Primary school students´ and teachers´ opinions about interactive boards and their possible utilization in tuition
Milan Klement, Martina Rešková, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Nowadays, the utilization of information and communication technologies in all types of schools has become obvious. Information and communication technologies bring a significant number of positive effects which appropriately complete and support education. The generally declared necessity for integration of new media and new educational technologies into the educational process is a prerequisite for further development of pedagogical sciences and practice. Since, in this context, it is essential to promote new didactic techniques and methods derived from them, it is equally important to follow the development of target groups opinions and attitudes. As the authors of the presented study are not aware of an overall study dealing with this issue, we have decided, based on research execution, to find out primary school students and teachers opinions about the introduction of modern didactic tools such as interactive boards into teaching practice. The presented study introduces the progress, the process, and the results of this significant research.
Keywords: didactic tools, ICT, interactive boards, digital presentation, digital technology, multimedia
Published: 22.09.2017; Views: 535; Downloads: 57
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E-learning within the framework of the Czech university system
Milan Klement, Jiří Dostál, 2013, review article

Abstract: During the last few years, e-learning has become an integral part of tertiary education systems, not only within the framework of blended, but, to an increasingly larger extent, also of full-time study modes, accredited and implemented at Czech universities. However, along with its large-scale deployment, a number of problems have emerged, which resulted in the formulation of new research hypotheses. Among the most important ones are those regarding the influence of e-learning on the quality of education, the efficient ways of motivating and mobilizing students, and the creation and development of particular competences. There are many external, as well as internal influencing factors, acting more or less covertly, to a greater or lesser intensity. It is highly desirable to identify, describe, analyze, and minimize or maximize their influence in order to prevent them from having a massive negative impact, conditioned by fashion trends, on the quality of tertiary education.
Keywords: e-learning, e-learning development, learning theories, information and communication technologies, Bologna declaration
Published: 21.12.2015; Views: 625; Downloads: 69
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