教育工学専門家に要求される能力 [in Japanese] Competency Levels Required of Specialists in Educational Technology. [in Japanese]
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This group, with members from four various academic societies, to include the Japan Society for Social Education, conducted a mail survey for the purpose of investigating the levels of competence required of specialists in the field of Educational Technology. The questionnaire had 90 items ; a total of 563 valid responses were received. The results of factor analysis revealed a set of five factors and showed that for teachers specializing in educational technology in elementary and secondary schools, as well those working in education centers, emphasis was placed upon curriculum planning and an ability to conduct instructional research, as well as being skilled in media production and equipment operation. In addition to the above, for teachers at the university level as well as for those working in research centers emphasis was also placed upon an ability to conduct research and to manage educational systems development as well as the having basic pedagogical skills. These results show that individual career plans greatly influence what competencies should be stressed in the training of future specialists in educational technology. Discussion was on how these results compared with a list of competencies published by the (U. S. A.) Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
- Japan Journal of Educational Technology
Japan Journal of Educational Technology 8(3), 107-115, 1984
Japan Society for Educational Technology