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Teacher Digital Competence: self-perception in education students

A new paper has been published. The objectives of this research are to analyze the perceptions of first-year undergraduate students of Education, during three academic courses, about their competence mastery and to detect possible differences according to age, gender, degree, academic course and university access pathway.

The results indicate a high self-perception that, contrasted by a discussion group with students of the last year, is considered not to reflect reality. There are no significant differences in the level of self-perception according to gender, degree and university access, but there are significant differences according to age and academic year in which they begin their studies, probably due to the COVID-19 situation and the adaptation of the environments to online and hybrid formats.

Marimon-Martí, M., Romeu-Fontanillas, T., Ojando-Pons, E., & Esteve-González, V. (2022). Competencia Digital Docente: autopercepción en estudiantes de educación[Teacher Digital Competence: self-perception in education students]. Pixel-Bit. Revista de Medios y Educación, 65, 275-303. https://doi.org/10.12795/pixelbit.93208