Digital technology creates challenges for teachers, teacher trainers and professional development. This paper looks at the current situation with digital technology in Maltese schools. Drawing on experiential evidence, it posits digital technology in schools in a broader context, arguing that the challenge is that of providing for a “good education” that goes beyond digital technology, calling for a paradigm shift with an emphasis on the learning processes involved in teaching. It then presents the Pestalozzi Programme and the European Module Series on “Respect - Responsible Attitudes and Behaviour in the Virtual Social Space” as a case study for the professional development of teachers.
dinsdag, 10 november, 2015
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