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How Do Learners Perceive and Evaluate Their Digital Skills?
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, , , , Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

IJSEUS Volume 9, Number 1, ISSN 2574-8254 Publisher: IGI Global

Abstract

Self-assessment is commonly used in educational research (PISA, ICILS, etc.) and in real-life situations (advertisement for a post on labour market, etc.). Research studies demonstrate that in mathematics some people either over- or underestimate their competence. A similar situation can be expected in self-assessment of ICT skills. The authors of this article introduce pilot research carried out among Bachelors student teachers aimed at identifying key factors (economic, cultural, social, and personal) that may influence how young people perceive their digital literacy and knowledge.

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Černochová, M., Voňková, H., Štípek, J. & Černá, P. (2018). How Do Learners Perceive and Evaluate Their Digital Skills?. International Journal of Smart Education and Urban Society, 9(1), 37-47. IGI Global. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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