The use of digital tools by secondary school teachers for the implementation of distance learning in the context of digital transformation in Ukraine

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https://doi.org/10.55056/cte.96

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secondary education, digital learning tools, distance learning, teacher

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In this paper, we raise the discussion on the use of digital learning tools by teachers of Ukrainian secondary schools for the organization of distance learning. In order to collect data we have used the survey instruments (Google questionnaire) and involved 1463 respondents who revealed the state of the use of digital learning tools for the organization of distance learning in the quarantine period caused by COVID-19 pandemic. The study was conducted in all regions of Ukraine. The results show that teachers have a need to master their knowledge and practical skills on digital instruments for the organization of distance learning with students. On the other hand the paper presents the experience on how the problem of the mastering of teachers’ digital competencies can be organized and what are the steps to the organization of special distance learning courses for teachers in Ukraine. The experience of the creation of Web portal of Ukrainian Open University of Postgraduate Education is presented. We propose on how the needs and requirements of teachers regarding the implementation of the distance learning in schools and the development of their digital competencies should be resolved.

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2022-03-21

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Ovcharuk, O.V., Gurzhii, A.M., Ivaniuk, I.V., Kartashova, L.A., Hrytsenchuk, O.O., Vakaliuk, T.A. and Shyshkina, M.P., 2022. The use of digital tools by secondary school teachers for the implementation of distance learning in the context of digital transformation in Ukraine. CTE Workshop Proceedings [Online], 9, pp.16–27. Available from: https://doi.org/10.55056/cte.96 [Accessed 24 May 2024].
Received 2021-06-27
Accepted 2021-12-17
Published 2022-03-21

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