The Future of Teaching - What are Students' Expectations?

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Abstract

With the increased use of digital devices and services, children now a days spend many hours online. Over the last years, digital devices, computers, smart boards, and the children's own smart phones are thought integrated into the teaching environments in Danish schools. It is an attempt to meet the children on the platform they like and is considered to be natural for them. The Active Digital Learning Environments in Schools, ADLES project is a European Erasmus plus project that focuses on active learning in vocational and secondary schools. This paper focuses on understanding students' expectations to future digital technologies to understand the motivation and expectation of these to the future schools. Surveys have been sent to secondary and vocational schools and this forms the basis for the discussions in this paper. The paper focuses on Denmark and two of the ADLES partner countries, Italy and Portugal, to be able to discuss regional differences in students' expectations. The result shows that students are expecting IT and advanced digital services to be part of the school educational system in the future.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication11th CMI International Conference, 2018 : Prospects and Challenges Towards Developing a Digital Economy within the EU, PCTDDE 2018
EditorsIdongesit Williams
Number of pages5
PublisherIEEE
Publication date25 Jan 2019
Pages62-66
Article number8624771
ISBN (Print)978-1-7281-0445-4
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-7281-0444-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jan 2019
Event11TH CMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE - København, Denmark
Duration: 29 Nov 201830 Nov 2018
https://www.conf.cmi.aau.dk/11th+CMI+Conference+2018/

Conference

Conference11TH CMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CountryDenmark
CityKøbenhavn
Period29/11/201830/11/2018
Internet address
Series11th CMI International Conference, 2018

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Portugal
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Keywords

  • ADLES
  • Active learning
  • Digital education
  • Digital technology
  • Education
  • Future technology
  • Students' expectations

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Sørensen, L. T., & Koefoed, N. (2019). The Future of Teaching - What are Students' Expectations? In I. Williams (Ed.), 11th CMI International Conference, 2018: Prospects and Challenges Towards Developing a Digital Economy within the EU, PCTDDE 2018 (pp. 62-66). [8624771] IEEE. 11th CMI International Conference, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1109/PCTDDE.2018.8624771
Sørensen, Lene Tolstrup ; Koefoed, Niels. / The Future of Teaching - What are Students' Expectations?. 11th CMI International Conference, 2018: Prospects and Challenges Towards Developing a Digital Economy within the EU, PCTDDE 2018. editor / Idongesit Williams. IEEE, 2019. pp. 62-66 (11th CMI International Conference, 2018).
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Sørensen, LT & Koefoed, N 2019, The Future of Teaching - What are Students' Expectations? in I Williams (ed.), 11th CMI International Conference, 2018: Prospects and Challenges Towards Developing a Digital Economy within the EU, PCTDDE 2018., 8624771, IEEE, 11th CMI International Conference, 2018, pp. 62-66, 11TH CMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, København, Denmark, 29/11/2018. https://doi.org/10.1109/PCTDDE.2018.8624771

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11th CMI International Conference, 2018: Prospects and Challenges Towards Developing a Digital Economy within the EU, PCTDDE 2018. ed. / Idongesit Williams. IEEE, 2019. p. 62-66 8624771 (11th CMI International Conference, 2018).

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