A teacher education model for the digital age: Linking educational innovation and research
Ramírez Montoya, María Soledad
Sarango Lapo, Celia Paola
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The digital age presents challenges for teacher preparation. The purpose of this study is twofold: (1) reliability and validity of the CD-REA scale, (2) Confirmation of the EBEI Model. A mixed-method, sequential-explanatory research was carried out in a couple of stages (QUAN and qual), relating questionnaires, interviews, plus observations. The sample in first stage is made up of 271 university professors and in the second stage we had 15 only. Two discoveries were found: (1) The digital competency scale and using of open educational resources (CD-REA) has proven to be a reliable and accurate tool for assessing digital abilities. (2) A high degree of interdependence between steps, which grows as the process progresses, demonstrated the validity of the Evidence-based Educational Innovation methodology (EBEI). A quality assessment tool for digital information competencies and a model for educational innovation that is supported by cutting-edge teaching techniques are both contributions made by this study.
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