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Title:UPORABA INFORMACIJSKO-KOMUNIKACIJSKE TEHNOLOGIJE PRI POUKU SLOVENŠČINE V OSNOVNIH ŠOLAH OBČINE ŠENTJUR
Authors:Arbajter, Jože (Author)
Pulko, Simona (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Družba prihodnosti je informacijska družba, družba znanja. Z uvajanjem informacijsko-komunikacijske tehnologije se spreminja narava učno vzgojnega procesa. Učitelji so dobili v roke orodje, s katerim lahko učijo drugače, bolj kvalitetno in pokažejo učencem stvari, ki jih prej ni bilo mogoče pokazati. Pojavlja se vprašanje, ali so učitelji dovolj usposobljeni za vključevanje sodobne IKT v pouk. Še pomembnejše je vprašanje, ali nova tehnologija omogoča lažje delo ali je učiteljem le v breme. V diplomskem delu je v empiričnem delu prikazana uporaba IKT-ja pri pouku slovenščine v osnovnih šolah občine Šentjur. Anketirani uporabljajo sodobno IKT in jo vključujejo v pouk slovenščine, kar potrjuje dejstvo, da vsi anketirani uporabljajo pri pouku slovenščine računalnik in ostalo tehnologijo vsaj enkrat do dvakrat tedensko. Kljub razlikam v delovni dobi in starosti učitelji slovenščine v osnovnih šolah v občini Šentjur v večini menijo, da so dovolj osveščeni za vključevanje IKT-ja v učni proces. Poleg tega se udeležujejo izobraževanj s področja IKT-ja. Vendar so vsi enotni, da nobena, tudi najsodobnejša tehnologija, ne more zamenjati učitelja in njegove vloge, ki jo ima pri vzgoji in izobraževanju.
Keywords:pouk slovenščine, sodobna informacijsko-komunikacijska tehnologija (IKT), e-šolstvo, informatizacija šolstva, e-asistent
Year of publishing:2013
Publisher:[J. Arbajter]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.163.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:19957768 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ZJANZV3Q
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Language:English
Title:THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL SLOVENE LESSONS IN THE ŠENTJUR MUNICIPALITY AREA
Abstract:The society of tomorrow is an information society, a society of knowledge. With the introduction of information and communication technologies, the nature of the educational process is changing. Teachers obtained tools with which they can teach differently and with higher quality and the ability to show things to their pupils that were not possible before. Thus the question arises if teachers are qualified enough to incorporate modern ICT into their classes. Even more important is the question if these new technologies make work easier for teachers or if ICT only adds to the burden. In the empirical section of this thesis the usage of ICT in Slovene lessons in the elementary schools of the municipality of Šentjur is presented. The surveyed teachers use modern ICT and incorporate it into their Slovene classes, which confirms the fact that all the surveyed teachers use a computer and other technologies at least twice a week. Despite the differences in years of service and the age of the teachers, they mainly believe that they are informed enough on the subject to include ICT into the learning process. They also attend special training courses in ICT. All teachers, however, are certain that no technology, not even the most advanced, could replace the teacher and his role in education and upbringing.
Keywords:slovene lessons, modern information-communication technologies (ICT), e-Education, implementation of ICT in the educational system, e-Assistant


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