Study on the impact of mixed online training (synchronous and asynchronous) on the skills development of teachers in the workplace (2009)

Executive summary

This summary report presents the goals of a study designed to test an online model that provides a personalized mix of classroom instruction and distance learning to suit the characteristics of adult learners in the workplace.

More specifically, the objectives of the study were to understand working teachers’ resistance to change and the obstacles facing them in terms of information and communications technologies (ICT); to test a mixed training program that offers a personalized training plan to meet the training needs and learning characteristics of practising teachers; and to measure the changing attitudes of teachers towards the need for lifelong learning.

With this educational approach in mind, the Form@tion program was launched online to offer professional development opportunities to teachers in the workplace who wished to develop their skills in online teaching.

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2013-09-16
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Louise Sauvé and Karol Pépin. Study on the impact of mixed online training (synchronous and asynchronous) on the skills development of teachers in the workplace 2009. Web. 20 Sep. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/study_impact_mixed_online_training/study_impact_mixed_online_training.pdf>
Louise Sauvé & Karol Pépin (2009). Study on the impact of mixed online training (synchronous and asynchronous) on the skills development of teachers in the workplace. Retrieved September 20, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/study_impact_mixed_online_training/study_impact_mixed_online_training.pdf
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