A Delphi Study to Develop an Inventory of Competencies Needed to Facilitate Instruction in Student-Centered, 1:1 Learning Environments

ID: 52027 Type: Full Paper
  1. Andrea Parrish and William Sadera, Towson University, United States

Thursday, March 29 4:45 PM-5:15 PM Location: Edison B View on map

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Abstract: Today’s one-to-one learning environments have nuanced pedagogical characteristics when compared to traditional learning spaces One-to-one technology is not only increasing, but has been set as an imperative by the United States Department of Education (USDE, 2014) Therefore, it is critical that we identify the competencies educators must embody to deliver effective instruction in these classrooms Through the use of the Delphi method, the purpose of this study was to assemble a nationwide panel of subject matter experts to develop an inventory of teaching competencies needed to facilitate student-centered instruction in one-to-one environments The resulting inventory serves as a resource for preparing future teachers and offering exemplary professional development to teachers in one-to-one learning environments

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