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  1. Andrea Kárpáti, Anna Linda SzirmaiEötvös Loránd University (ELTE)Centre for Multimedia in EducationBalázs Török, Institute for Higher Education Research, Budapest The Effects of Personality Traits and ICT Skills on Teaching Style of Experienced Educators

  2. EPICT: collaborative e-learning course for teachers on ICT www.epict.org • Learn about the role of ICT and new educational paradigms in groups • Develop ICT competencies / collaboration skills /pedagogical strategiesthrough usingdigital tools, teaching aidsand resources • Assessment based on the documentation of learning scenarios developed by the group • Facilitators challenge the team to go further than they could do on their own

  3. Learning groups:school or discipline based Course modul evaluation based ongroup assignments – no individual grading No fixed level of competence All teachers raise their competences

  4. Contents • Compulsory modules • The Internet • Texts and writing processes • Communication and collaboration • Compulsory • School development and innovation • Optional modules (select 4) • Digital images • Numbers and spreadsheets • The genre of presentations • Producing and using educational websites • A head start with databases • Models and simulations • Using the media: Layout and DTP • Educational software • ICT, learning styles and classroom management • ICT as a compensatory tool • Games and learning • Reading and ICT

  5. Pilot evaluation in Hungary Sample: 151 secondary school teachers Background variables: age, discipline, professional rank, personality traits Evaluation tools: • ICT Competence Survey (ICS, attitudes / use / skills) • California Personality Inventory (CPI) • Educational Strategies Test (EST) • Discourse analysis in the VLE • Digital Portfolio for Groups

  6. Facilitators’ forum – issues on training the trainers discussed

  7. E-mail by group leader accompanyingmodule task submission

  8. VLE for EPICT Online questionnaires Modules

  9. Pedagogical Strategies Questionnaire

  10. Frequency of use documented in the Moodle DLE Statistics per module for facilitator / group /student

  11. Logfile analysis,all participants

  12. ICT Competency Survey (ICS): an index based measuring tool Self report questionnaire piloted in a project measuring ICT readiness in 170 schools of a disctrict in Budapest. • Index (1) – School access to ICT • Index (2) – Home access to ICT • Index (3) – ICT related attitudes • Index (4) – ICT related competencies • Index (5) – Educational use of ICT

  13. : „low” (value range: 0,01–1), „medium” (value range 1,01–2) „high” (value range 2,01–3) 0 value, indicating the non-existence of any interpretable data for the index. (low level ICT access means sporadic, rare access while 0 level indicates no access to a PC). Four domains for every index

  14. Training to use ICT in education through personality development ICS indices were correlated with the presence / absence of certain personality traits measured by CPI to identify personalitycharacteristics that tend to predict succeed or fail with ICT use in education. Some traits can be enhanced through personality development training.

  15. Correlations between personality traits and ICT skills, attitudes and competence

  16. 5. Educa- tional use Pearson two-tailed correlation, significance levels: *: 0.05, **: 0,01

  17. To suit not only ICT skills level but also mindset and personality through specially targeted mentoring methods, responsive teaching environment course content (best practice examples) custom-tailored pedagogical competence development through individual tasks and group games Training to use ICT in education through personality development

  18. Personality developmenttraining Develop positive self concept Realise motives and urges Be more open to working in team Trainingin collaboration Group building / management skills Workflow management techniques New content in EPICT F2F starting days