Apulaisrehtori, 2020

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Questions with more positive answers than the compare group
Target level: The whole school community is engaged in change brought about by digitalisation.

Please choose the description below that best fits your school’s situation, even if it is not fully accurate in all respects:***
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Own answers average 0.7
Compare group answers average -0.3
Statistical significance p < 0.0001 (clearly evident difference)
Target level: My school has a strategy intended to achieve the objectives relating to digitalisation.

Please choose the description below that best fits your school’s situation, even if it is not fully accurate in all respects:***
The quality characteristics of digital network and learning environments are assessed regularly.***
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Own answers average 1.1
Compare group answers average 0.2
Statistical significance p < 0.0001 (clearly evident difference)
Teachers develop new practices in support of digitalisation.***
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Own answers average 1.4
Compare group answers average 0.8
Statistical significance p < 0.001 (evident difference)
Teachers seek alternative pedagogical models in support of teaching.***
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Own answers average 1.6
Compare group answers average 1.0
Statistical significance p < 0.001 (evident difference)
Good practices spread into working models used by several teachers within an entire year or subject group, for example.***
See question distribution: Good practices spread into working models used by several teachers within an entire year or subject group, for example.
Own answers average 1.5
Compare group answers average 0.9
Statistical significance p < 0.001 (evident difference)
Target level: Schools have good capacities to create an organisational culture supported by digitalisation.

Please choose the description below that best fits your school’s situation, even if it is not fully accurate in all respects:***
There is a positive attitudinal atmosphere in the working community towards trying out new things in education.***
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Own answers average 1.6
Compare group answers average 1.1
Statistical significance p < 0.001 (evident difference)
The school’s organisational culture enables various large-scale teaching experiments involving several different teachers and subjects.**
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Own answers average 1.8
Compare group answers average 1.3
Statistical significance p < 0.01 (very significant difference)
My school has a jointly agreed objective for making use of ICT in education.**
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Own answers average 1.2
Compare group answers average 0.6
Statistical significance p < 0.01 (very significant difference)
The pedagogical opportunities relating to digital technology have been clearly internalised in the working community.**
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Own answers average 1.1
Compare group answers average 0.6
Statistical significance p < 0.01 (very significant difference)
The working community’s pedagogical practices support the use of technology in the teaching and learning processes.**
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Own answers average 1.3
Compare group answers average 0.8
Statistical significance p < 0.01 (very significant difference)
Target level: Schools have practices in place for jointly developing and sharing competences within the organisation.

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I openly encourage the working community to come up with creative solutions, also in terms of digitalisation.*
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Own answers average 1.7
Compare group answers average 1.4
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Objectives relating to digitalisation have been defined for each individual teacher.*
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Own answers average 0.3
Compare group answers average -0.3
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
I master the digital applications and environments that I need for administrative work.*
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Own answers average 1.5
Compare group answers average 1.1
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
In my school peer teachers are providing ICT guiding.*
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Own answers average 1.8
Compare group answers average 1.5
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
My school’s development and continuing training plan relating to digitalisation is up to date.*
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Own answers average 0.8
Compare group answers average 0.4
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Teachers’ pedagogical choices develop simultaneously with digitalisation development, producing significant changes to the school’s organisational culture.*
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Own answers average 1.0
Compare group answers average 0.7
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
The employer has made computers available for teachers’ personal use.*
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Own answers average 1.1
Compare group answers average 0.5
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
The whole school community and stakeholders have been engaged in the digitalisation development process and parents are also aware of the progress made in change.*
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Own answers average 0.5
Compare group answers average 0.2
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Good practices are developed systematically and established as an operating model shared by the whole working community.*
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Own answers average 0.8
Compare group answers average 0.5
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Digital network and learning environments are up to date.*
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Own answers average 1.2
Compare group answers average 0.9
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Good practices are presented to the working community on a regular basis and the working community is encouraged to experiment.*
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Own answers average 1.1
Compare group answers average 0.8
Statistical significance p < 0.1 (significant difference)
Questions with more negative answers than the compare group
No statistically significant differences between the respondents.

*) The amount of stars implies the statistical significance