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A Study on Teaching Critical Awareness for Information on Web

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  • Web情報に対する中学校教員の批判的認識に関する調査
  • Web ジョウホウ ニ タイスル チュウガッコウ キョウイン ノ ヒハンテキ ニンシキ ニ カンスル チョウサ

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It is apparent that the open, accessible structure of the Internet makes any type of Quality assurance virtually impossible. Anyone may place anything they want on the Internet. No one knows how much misinformation occurs on the Internet. Students and teachers must process a lot of online information pertinently. The questionnaire that utilized Internet to junior high school teachers in order we investigate critical awareness of teachers for information on Web and Web publishing. The questionnaire was constructed items of checklist has six domains of Purpose, Scope, Content, Ethic, Authority, Currency. As a result, when teachers publish information on Web, their critical awareness is higher than one when they navigate information on Web. The domains of Ethic is more important for teachers than domains of Content.


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