September 6, 2017

Contributing to the Educational Success by Mastering the Digital Skills of Students and Teachers

This text was initially published by Profweb under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence, before Eductive was launched.

As part of the Fédération des cégeps’ Colloquium, the College Network in the Digital Age (in French), Nicole Perreault, ITREP Network animator, presented a conference entitled Contributing to the Student Success by Mastering the Digital Skills of Students and Teachers.

The first part of the presentation concerns the mastery of digital skills by students (digital as a learning item): definition and overview of digital skills, relevance of an ICT Profile for College Students and resources to support the mastery of digital skills, digital badges to recognize their mastery.

The second part is about how digital tools can support teaching and learning: its potential, steps and dimensions associated with setting up activities, winning conditions for the successful integration of digital technology in colleges. Special thanks to Jacques Cool for slides 24 to 30.

The slideshow is available in English, as well as notes to accompany the presentation.

About the author

Nicole Perreault

She began her college career as a Psychology Teacher and Education Advisor at Collège André-Grasset. She was then the Director of APOP and the CLIC newsletter before becoming an Education Advisor at Cégep Édouard-Montpetit. Since 2005, she is pleased to be the Community Manager for the Réseau des REPTIC (IT Representatives Network) which brings together ICT Education Advisors from across the college network. She has written numerous articles and given many workshops on the pedagogical use of technology. Their integration within the context of student success is a subject that she finds particularly interesting.

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