Needs Analysis

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Description

To start a quite new methodology in teachers' further training on e-learning - we have to exactly see the preliminary competences of the would be participants. Tenegen consortium devepoled an online survey based on a questionnaire with 50 questions to carry out the needs-analysis. The platform and the questionnaire is available in five languages (HU, IT, DE, TR, EN): http://survey.prompt.hu .

Target group

Direct target group: supervisors, tutors, instructors who will take part in the establishment of the course.
Indirect: e-learning providers, e-learning designers, tutors, instructors who want to establish a successful online course for teachers to develop their e-learning 2.0 competences.

Result

The needs-analysis was carried out by using online questionnaire with 50 questions elaborated by the Tenegen consortium.
As a result we offer two products:
1. the online questionnaire for any other survey to measure teachers' e-learning 2.0 competences.
2. The analysis is based on 110 samples in Hungary with the participants of teachers and trainers of vocational education and of HE.

Area of application

Every e-learning provider can use the results for designing further training program to develop e-learning competences of teachers and trainers. Besides that Tenegen consortium offers the survey portal and the online questionnaire for research carried out in any European country.

Author:

The questionnaire was developed by Tenegen Consortium and the portal was implemented by Prompt Education Ltd. The statistical analysis was elaborated and the consequences were formulated by:

Maria Hartyányi, Prompt Education, Hungary
e-mail: zsolt.retsaghy@prompt,hu
Dr. István Bessenyei, West-Hungarian University
E-mail: istvanbess@yahoo.de

Related links:
http://survey.prompt.hu

Further information:

Mária Hartyányi managing director
Prompt Educational Center for Informatics, Hungary

E-mail: maria.hartyanyi@prompt.hu
Address: Testvérvárosok útja 28.
City: Gödöllő
ZIP: H-2010

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