Εκπαιδευτικά σενάρια σε ένα συνεργατικό περιβάλλον μάθησης με την υποστήριξη της τεχνολογίας
Σιμόπουλος, Πολύβιος Α.
SubjectGroup work in education ; Εκπαιδευτική τεχνολογία ; Ηθική ; Team learning approach in education
The introduction of informatics in education is perhaps the most catalytic change in recent years. Today Information Technology is taught in the vast majority of secondary schools, General and Vocational High Schools in the country. In Vocational Schools are taught both general instructional sessions and specialized courses for those who follow the disciplines of Informatics and Networks Technology and Electronics. In the above courses are included courses about the use of Internet and its services. Students are taught the use of computers, but not the moral values that should govern such use. Nevertheless the culture of the traditional school does not allow the easy introduction of innovations and resists in efforts to restructure the curriculum and the school environment. Usually the technology in the classroom, used to support traditional teaching methods. Moreover, in Greece, teaching of informatics consists merely in teaching of use and / or programming to young people and develops skills on the keyboard and computer circuits without containing efforts of guidance technology with guarantors of democratic values and human liberation. The use of computer is taught, but not the morality and ethics that should govern this use. This paper aims at investigating the effect of teaching the lesson of «Computer Ethics» in a Computer Supported Collaborative Learning environment, on the attitudes of students who follow the discipline of Informatics and Networks Technology in Vocational High Schools and acquiring a level 2 specialty degree in Supporting Systems, Applications and Networks of PCs, they can work as informatics professionals.