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Why Don't Teachers Adopt Technology?
A Survey of Teachers' Use of ICT in the Republic of Cyprus

By Charalambos Vrasidas / April 2010

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  • Sun, 21 Oct 2012
    Post by Chrys

    Very interesting findings regarding the integration of ICT in Public Primary schools in Cyprus. I wonder if a similar survey was conducted for Public Secondary Schools in Cyprus. New Curricula has been introduced which inlcudes ICT/digital competence.

  • Sat, 20 Nov 2010
    Post by deepa

    tell me aboutb distance learning

  • Thu, 09 Sep 2010
    Post by learn film online

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  • Sat, 29 May 2010
    Post by iTeacher

    "The pressure to cover the required content and the limited timeframe in which to do so were two factors that concerned participating teachers, especially in the final grade of high school. "--

    I am a teacher and working with tech tools for educating and teaching for a long time.

    Since im working with my workspace & personal site (http://sites.google.com/site/workspacestudent) i dont need to dictate anything to my students which gets me a lot of time to teach.

    I am recommending my students to learn and work with their own personal workspace during their studies in collage.

    Here's the presentation for how i teach and my students learn:

    http://tiny.cc/urhz2

    thanks for the post.

  • Wed, 28 Apr 2010
    Post by CHRISTY

    "Reflective activities on the benefits of technology"-- But how can anyone reflect on something if they haven't been exposed to it and experimented with it? How can children be asked to reflect on the benefits of technology if they are not experimenting (under teacher's guidance)with ICT to discover for themeselves some of the benefits and negatives of technology.