Webinar

Let Research Help You Navigate the Waters of Technology in the Classroom

  • Friday, May 18, 2018
  • part 1
  • part 2
  • part 3

Speaker

  • Catherine Fichten, professor Psychology Department at Dawson College, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry at McGill University

Presenter

  • Sophie Poudrier, Project manager, APOP

Description

Why did we conduct our study on technology in the classroom and what is the potential impact of our findings? To examine a key point of view on the use of technology in higher education that is often ignored : the student perspective! More precisely, which technopedagogical tools are the most or the least useful according to students and why? Our study compares teachers’ and students’ points of view, examines similarities and discrepancies, shows how both use technology, displays challenges they face while using them and proposes a ‘wish list’ of desired technopedagogical tools. Examples of the innovative use of technology by teachers will be highlighted and a list of the best practices that reflects more than 20 years of research experience will be provided.

Resource

Research Presentation

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Report (English)

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Report (English)

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FANDI (English)

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FANDI (French)

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