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ICT Application and Integration by Teachers Beginning to Implement the IMYM Model

Prepared by Distance Learning and Information Technologies Unit, Program Development Branch, Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth


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Summary of Teachers' Self-reported Skills in Using ICT Applications

The following four graphs summarize the range of teachers at each of the four levels of ICT technical skill: Beginning, Developing, Accomplished, and Exemplary. These graphs lead us to the following conclusions:

  1. Overall, teachers assess themselves as competent in
    • file management (61%)
    • Internet searching (45%)
    • basic computer operations (43%)
    • word processing (43%) (Accomplished level)
  1. More than 50% of teachers report not having any skills with
    • web page creation (66%)
    • database use (57%)
    • digital imaging (54%)
    • concept mapping (51%)
    • videography/video editing (50%) (Beginning level)
  1. More than 40% of teachers identify themselves as starting to develop skills in
    • networking (65%)
    • information searching (55%)
    • email (46%)
    • spreadsheet use (44%)
    • videography/video editing (43%) (Developing level)
  1. Teachers have taught their students skills mostly in

Percentages for Beginning Use of ICT Applications

Beginning Use of ICT Applications Graph

 

Percentages for Developing Use of ICT Applications

Developing Use of ICT Applications Graph

 

Percentages for Accomplished Use of ICT Applications

Accomplished Use of ICT Applications Graph

 

Percentages for Exemplary Use of ICT Applications

Exemplary Use of ICT Applications Graph

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