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ICT skills

Below is shown the questions that make up the section ICT skills.

Hint: click a question to see the distribution and details of the question.

* = The question has negative effect on the competency level.

Positive answers
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I find good ways to utilize ICT in various learning situations.
62 %
56 %
I can use some digital learning environment (e.g. Moodle, Opit, Fronter).
72 %
70 %
I know how to utilize digital teaching materials in my teaching.
78 %
80 %
I know how to create materials with various media contents (e.g. images, sounds, video).
47 %
44 %
I know how to take copyrights into account when using online materials.
62 %
62 %
I can use email effectively (e.g. send attachments and use mailing lists).
96 %
96 %
I can use instant messaging tools (e.g. Skype, Google Talk, Lync).
64 %
68 %
I can use collaborative content creation tools (e.g. blogs, wikis).
61 %
55 %
I know how to utilize the communication tools of student administration software (e.g. Wilma, Helmi) to communicate with parents, colleagues and students.
96 %
92 %
I know how to use digital learning environments as a tool for two-way communication.
65 %
55 %
I can use online community services (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+).
69 %
68 %
I understand the faily security risks of the internet and how to prepare for them.
87 %
85 %
I understand the requirements and risks for using personal data and take them into account when handling student information.
95 %
93 %
I know the digital material sources that are central for my teaching.
78 %
74 %
I can use search engines and choose effective keywords to find information.
89 %
88 %
I can guide students to choose and compare different sources of information.
80 %
73 %
I can use digital tools to store and manage information.
74 %
76 %
I can evaluate the reliability of the information on the internet.
93 %
90 %
I can guide students to adopt critical media literacy.
88 %
82 %
I can guide students on possibilities for political influencing online.
47 %
33 %
I can use some word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Word, LibreOffice Writer).
99 %
99 %
I can use the advanced features of a word processing software (e.g. styles and automatic indexes).
75 %
79 %
I can use some presentation software (e.g. Microsoft PowerPoint, LibreOffice Impress).
90 %
84 %
I can use the advanced features of a presentation software (e.g. animations and presentations with various types of content).
41 %
38 %
I can use some spreadsheet software (e.g. Microsoft Excel, LibreOffice Calc).
47 %
60 %
I can use the advanced features of a spreadsheet software (e.g. formulas and charts).
27 %
35 %
I can use document camera proficiently.
89 %
85 %
I can use data projector proficiently.
90 %
83 %
I can use the AV-equipment of the classroom proficiently.
90 %
83 %
I can use interactive whiteboard or similar interactive presentation equipment proficiently.
35 %
33 %
I know what video-assisted teaching means and know some tools for video conferencing (e.g. Adobe Connect, Lync).
23 %
27 %
I know, from technical perspective, how to organize video assisted teaching (e.g. distance learning, webinars).
13 %
12 %
I can use mobile devices (e.g. smartphones, tablets).
89 %
91 %
I know how to utilize students' own mobile devices as a part of learning.
63 %
47 %
I can utilize mobile devices for creating media contents (e.g. text, pictures, sound, video).
44 %
43 %
I can use digital camera to take pictures and move them to a computer.
89 %
91 %
I know the basics of image processing (e.g. cropping, resizing).
77 %
79 %
I know the basics of video processing (e.g. cutting, combining videos from multiple sources).
27 %
33 %
I know the basics of sound processing (e.g. recording, editing).
26 %
32 %
It is hard to find electric material about my teaching subjects. *
24 %
19 %
I use good passwords in services related to my teaching.
80 %
73 %
I advice my students to use safe passwords.
50 %
64 %
I know how to use knowledge- and subject based information sources.
97 %
93 %
I know how to use advanced information services like the e-services of libraries, Google Scholar or scientific databases.
66 %
56 %
I know how to digital services to save, organize and share knowledge (for example cloud services).
66 %
57 %
I know how to use a graphical programming environment (e.g. Scratch, Kodu, Lego Mindstorm).
8.3 %
15 %
I know how to program with a high level programmin language (e.g. C, Java, PHP, Javascript, C++, Python) with in varied ways my students.
4.8 %
7.9 %
It is easy to make use of information and communications technology (ICT) according to the curriculum.
46 %
40 %
I guide my students to protect themselves against common information security risks and data loss.
55 %
61 %
I guide my students to adopt ergonomic working postures.
29 %
45 %
I intersperse my students’ work with regular breaks to avoid making them sit for too long.
44 %
67 %
I regularly guide students to use the Internet responsibly and legally.
74 %
73 %
When I set up a new service or application, I always read its terms of use.
31 %
34 %
I am able to guide my students to produce animations (such as iMotion, Giphy, Animaatiokone).
10 %
22 %
I am able to guide my students to use virtual reality (VR) and/or augmented reality (AR).
4.4 %
5.2 %
I know how to print using a 3D printer.
4.8 %
6.5 %
My own ICT skills and competences are sufficient when compared with the objectives specified in the curriculum.
49 %
43 %
It is hard for me to find high-quality digital materials for the topics being taught. *
41 %
30 %
I am familiar with the principles of using Creative Commons licences.
35 %
28 %
I know how to use diversely a specific digital learning environment (such as Moodle, SanomaPro, itslearning).
61 %
71 %
Section ICT skills distribution
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Taso
0-1
54
Taso
1-2
4948
Taso
2-3
4042
Taso
3-4
67