Book chapter

Students’ sense of self-efficacy in digital skills during teacher training : a pre- and post-coronavirus lockdown comparison

  • 2023
Published in:
  • Establishing Digital Competencies in the Pursuit of Online Learning / E. Podovšovnik ; T. De Giuseppe ; F. Corona . - 2023, p. 136-157
English This chapter presents the results of a study of teacher education students’ sense of self-efficacy in digital skills based on two almost identical questionnaires distributed before and after lockdown imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Results obtained in 2019 are compared with those of 2021-22 in order to understand how students’ digital skills, digital technology representations, and digital practices have evolved during their studies at the University of Teacher Education (States of Bern, Jura and Neuchâtel), Switzerland. These results show students to have globally more positive representations of digital use,
an unchanged sense of self-efficacy and a real need for digital use modelling in training to facilitate digital use in future classroom practice.
Language
  • English
Classification
Education, teaching
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CC BY
Open access status
green
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https://roar.hep-bejune.ch/hepbejune/documents/327575
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