Indigenous, Immigrant Students' Attitudes and Learning With the Aid of ICT

Dr. Nektaria Palaiologou
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The aim of this research was the exploration of differences in the attainments with the aid of ICT between the indigenous and immigrant students. An experiment took place in order to train them in word, excel and power point programs through relevant exercises. Statistical data were collected for both groups before and after the experiment which are of great interest and reveal further educational implications.

Keywords: ICT, immigrant students, computer self-efficacy
Stream: Technology in Education
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
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Dr. Nektaria Palaiologou

Dr. Paleologou Nektaria_Visiting Lecturer, Prof. Gialamas Basilis, Dr. Papapetrou Savvas, Department of Teaching Technology and Digital Systems,
Department of Pre-Nursery Education-University of Athens
Marasleion Didaskaleion- University of Athens, University of Pireaus,


Dr. Nektaria Paleologou holds a bachelor, master and doctoral degree in Education (University of Athens) and has post-doctoral studies in Education (University of London). She has also completed postdoctoral studies in Greece on Teachers’ Continuing Education and Training (Greek National Funding).
Until now, Nektaria Paleologou has taught at the Department of Pre-primary Education-Democritus University, Department of Special Needs Education- University of Thessaly, and Higher Police Academy. From 2002, she is affiliated with the Department of Teaching Technology and Digital Systems-University of Piraeus where she is teaching the educational modules.
She is the co-writer of three books as well as author and co-author of research articles in the broader field of Education.
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