Test access available from here:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDNWb0pUclZPbUV0bmZjTDJ6a2JTNFE6MA#gid=0
The lines show the level of training requirement of Level 1 students, the columns show students from all levels. In almost all cases students from MD20 areas require more training. Same for students from level 1…
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This chart is really only meaningful when you run it in a slide show.The best in terms of their ICT skills are 36-40!
Broadly speaking African students require more training (expected due to less technology generally used in schools in Africa). Second is UK and Ireland as most training required. Europe seems to be the best, followed by Far East (although it is a small sample).Two students from India are not shown in the results (not a representative sample) and America has only 3 students as well, so results should not be taken as representative.
No real gender difference
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Transcript of "Self evaluation of ICT skills - Learning & Teaching Event 2013"
Self-evaluation ofICT SkillsDr Lina Petrakieva &John Smith
Self-evaluation toolOutlineBackgroundThe Self-evaluation toolThe SE tool resultsOther uses of SE tool2
Self-evaluation toolBackgroundExisted in my CaledonianDifficult to amendAvailable only to registeredstudentsDifficult to collect the resultsStudents could go and redo it3
Self-evaluation toolThe requirementsUnregistered students accessWeighted questionsResults for separate sectionsImmediate resultsProviding relevant materials with theresultsEasy access to the results6
Self-evaluation toolWhat is it?Questionnaire with a competency typequestions:“Can you carry out a spell check on a document?”“Yes”, “No”, “Not sure”11 different sections/topics:File management, Email, Word processing - thebasics, Word processing, Searching forinformation, Spreadsheets, Integration of ICTapplications, Internetsearching, Presentations, Virtual LearningEnvironment (VLE), Microsoft Access7
Self-evaluation toolHow it works?Google Docs FormAdditional sheets in the spreadsheet tokeep the weights, sections, study materialfile names, and final resultsJava script – calculates theresults, emails the student andattaches the files8
Self-evaluation toolHow it works?Students provide matriculation number andemail in the questionnaireAfter completing, they receive an emailwith results showing in which sectionsthey may require training and any studymaterials needed are attached to theemail11
Training requirementby age group150%5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%25 andbelow26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46 and overPercentageofstudentsrequiringtrainingAge groupFile ManagementEmailWord Processing - The BasicsWord ProcessingSearching for InformationExcelIntegration of ICT ApplicationsInternet SearchingPowerPointVLE
Self-evaluation toolBenefitsWeighted responses for all questionsImmediate tailored feedback for eachsectionRelevant study materials automaticallyprovided with the feedbackFlexible approachEasy to modifyAvailable before registration18
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