Future language teachers’ pedagogical landscapes during their subject studies
Jalkanen, J. (2015). Future language teachers’ pedagogical landscapes during their subject studies. Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy, 10(2), 84-101.
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This article examines the experiences, attitudes and perceptions language students have regarding the use of ICT in language teaching. In addition, the article analyses the key characteristics of language students’ pedagogical designs. The data come from a pedagogically oriented subject-studies course that focuses on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and the European Language Portfolio. The data, which consist of language students’ reflections and course plans, have been analysed using qualitative content analysis. The findings imply that language students’ pedagogical landscapes reflect their own experiences as learners. Furthermore, the literacy practices in language students’ designs are mainly static and do not respond to the needs of the knowledge society.
PublisherUniversitetsforlaget AS; Forsknings- og Kompetansenettverk for IT i Utdanning
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