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Creative Engagement in Online and Hybrid Teacher's Professional Development Programs (2022)


Fenyvesi, K., & Nurhasanah, F. (2022). Creative Engagement in Online and Hybrid Teacher's Professional Development Programs. In L. Jõgi, J. Leoste, S. Väät, M. Tuul, & C. Lazar (Eds.), A Flexible Framework for Hybrid Lower-Secondary Education : A Vision Book (pp. 52-58). Tallinna ülikool. https://free-ed.eu/framework/


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Publication details

All authors or editors: Fenyvesi, Kristof; Nurhasanah, Farida

Parent publication: A Flexible Framework for Hybrid Lower-Secondary Education : A Vision Book

Parent publication editors: Jõgi, Larissa; Leoste, Janika; Väät, Sirly; Tuul, Maire; Lazar, Csilla

eISBN: 978-9949-29-602-6

Publication year: 2022

Pages range: 52-58

Number of pages in the book: 89

Publisher: Tallinna ülikool

Place of Publication: Tallinna

Publication country: Estonia

Publication language: English

Persistent website address: https://free-ed.eu/framework/

Publication open access: Openly available

Publication channel open access: Open Access channel

Publication is parallel published (JYX): https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/79955


Abstract

This chapter briefly introduces a few critical aspects of online and hybrid Teachers’ Professional Development (TPD) program design, based on our experiences concerning the facilitation of hybrid TPD programs for Southeast Asian mathematics teachers. These hybrid programs were provided locally in Indonesia and some parts of these programs were facilitated online from other countries, including Finland.

The COVID-19 pandemic affected all areas of education. Teachers’ Professional Development programs needed to be transformed in several ways too. SEAMEO for QITEP in Mathematics or commonly abbreviated as SEAQiM (https://www.qitepinmath.org/ en/) is an Indonesia-based regional organisation that focuses on providing various TPD programs for mathematics teachers in Southeast Asian countries. Often international facilitators contribute to these programs and the potential for working together with overseas specialists has been expanded in the pandemic era. Online and hybrid formats support the collaboration with remote contributors. However, one of the main challenges of the online and hybrid TPD programs has been how the technological environment can support creative engagement during training sessions.


Keywords: teaching and instruction; online teaching; distance teaching; experiences (knowledge); teachers; know-how; professional skills; competence development; professional development; training programmes; educational methods; creativity

Free keywords: hybridiopetus


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Reporting Year: 2022


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