WAYS TO IMPROVE THE MOTIVATION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS TO DEVELOP THEIR DIGITAL COMPETENCE

Nataliia Morze, Svitlana Vasylenko, Mariia Gladun

Abstract


The article is devoted to the problem of increasing the motivation of teachers of higher education institutions to the level of their digital competence (DC) in the conditions of digitalization of education in Ukraine. The authors determine the components of the «digital competence» of academic staff and outline directions of its development. The article describes the results of the survey on the definition of the level of the DC of university teachers, which was attended by the teachers of the Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University and five others Ukrainian universities - partners of the MoPED project (Modernization of Pedagogical Higher Education by Innovative Teaching Instruments - №586098-EPP-1- 2017-1-UA-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP). One of the objectives of the study was to identify the needs of university teachers to familiarize them with educational trends and innovative pedagogical technologies when organizing a system of advanced training. The authors developed a questionnaire and conducted a survey of teachers. The article gives an analysis of the results of the survey, systematized information on the relevance of trends, provided basic recommendations for the universities for organization of training teachers in order to enhance their internal motivation to develop their digital competence.

 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.28925/2414-0325.2018.5.160177


Keywords


motivation; digitalization of education; digital competence; educational trends; innovative pedagogical technologies; digital instruments

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