Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Kirkpatrick’s Model<br />Done by:<br />Abeer...
Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Model used in the study:<br />The evaluation...
Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Purpose:<br />The objective of this study is...
Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 1: Reacted to the training<br />The ai...
Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 2: Learned from the training<br />    ...
Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 3: Changes after the training<br /><ul...
It is obvious that the training did not bring changes to some teachers in preparing for and in conducting their teaching.<...
Many teachers changed in the way that they were interacting more with other teachers, assisting in ICT integration, and co...
After completing the training, a high percentage of the participated teachers had been doing more ICT related activities i...
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  1. 1. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Kirkpatrick’s Model<br />Done by:<br />Abeer AL Maawali82910<br />Amal AL Hosni82931<br />
  2. 2. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Model used in the study:<br />The evaluation framework is based on Kirkpatrick's Four Levels Training Evaluation Model.<br />
  3. 3. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Purpose:<br />The objective of this study is to evaluate<br />a nationwide implemented teacher professional development program in Taiwan.<br />
  4. 4. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 1: Reacted to the training<br />The aim of this level is to know whether the intended curriculum is successfully delivered in the training. In the end-of-training questionnaire, shows more than 96% of the teachers rated all four items either excellent or good. That is , the teachers considered the training focused on ICT integration, providing teaching strategies, illustrating effective use of ICT, and offering opportunities to collaborate with other teachers. It shows that the train-the-trainer model seems to be a feasible implementation model.<br />
  5. 5. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 2: Learned from the training<br /> One way to look into what teachers learned from the training is to compare what they know (or feel) before and after the training. In the end-of-training questionnaire, the teachers were asked to assess their own readiness for using ICT in teaching before and after they received the training. The results show that most teachers rated their readiness one level up on each item after the training.<br />
  6. 6. Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 3: Changes after the training<br /><ul><li>Several questions in the benchmark survey investigate how teachers changed their behaviors on using ICT after the training.
  7. 7. It is obvious that the training did not bring changes to some teachers in preparing for and in conducting their teaching.</li></li></ul><li>Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Level 4: Impacts on schools and beyond<br /><ul><li>It is a great success of the training program that the trained teachers have impacts on schools and beyond. Several questions in the benchmark survey may provide a window to see how the impacts might be.
  8. 8. Many teachers changed in the way that they were interacting more with other teachers, assisting in ICT integration, and collaborating in developing ICT integrated lesson. Although the present data imply that some teachers might impact their schools via interacting with colleagues or involving in school activities, it tells us nothing about what the impacts really were and why the impacts happened.</li></li></ul><li>Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Findings:<br /><ul><li>The majority of the participated teachers were satisfied with the training program and considered it helpful for integrating technology into their instruction.
  9. 9. After completing the training, a high percentage of the participated teachers had been doing more ICT related activities in preparing for teaching, in conducting student activities in classroom, and in interacting with colleagues and schools.</li></li></ul><li>Evaluation of an In-service Teacher Training Program for ICT Integration<br />Reference :<br />www.editlib.org/d/12012/proceeding_12012.pdf<br />

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