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Data collection and processing for mentor teachers

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Simonics, I. ; Obuda Univ. Trefort Agoston Centre for Eng. Educ., Budapest, Hungary

Since 2011, we have been educating mentor teachers at Obuda University Trefort Agoston Centre for Engineering Education - OU TACEE. Mentor teachers can support the preparation process of our engineering teacher students in secondary vocational schools by coaching their teaching practice. I was responsible for teaching four subjects in last two semesters. We are well prepared in teaching with Virtual Learning Environments and we have ample in preparing electronic courses. We use Moodle, as Learning Management System which supports the access to electronic materials and presentations. In the first semester I gave examples on how to create good presentations. I recognized that data collection and processing was really important for our Mentor teachers in their work and decision making processes. Therefore, I involved them in creating good presentations, and taught them how to collect data with these technologies, process and transfer them to the audience according to the established idea.

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Emerging eLearning Technologies & Applications (ICETA), 2012 IEEE 10th International Conference on

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8-9 Nov. 2012

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