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Teachers' perception of the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
New Phys.: Sae Mulli
Published online September 28, 2018;  https://doi.org/10.3938/NPSM.0.0
© 2018 New Physics: Sae Mulli.

Jong-Ho PARK*
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Abstract
This study examined teachers' perceptions about the components of teacher capacity according to the 4th industrial revolution. This study was investigated on 100 (26 teachers with less than 5 years of educational career, 22 teachers with 5-10 years, 25 with 10-20 years, more than 20 years 25) elementary school teachers. From the results of recognition analysis of six competence components, it was found that 'Knowledge and application ability of knowledge information’, ‘ability to appropriately study content’, ‘collaboration ability among school members’, ‘ability to maintain relationship’, ‘value and attitude required for community’, ‘ability to communicate with others’ is important for teachers. As a result of analyzing the importance and retention of each competency element, it showed the recognition difference according to the education career, and the degree of retention was insufficient compared to most importance. Thus, it is necessary to operate an in-service education and training program that reflects the competencies required by actual teachers in the education and teacher training of teacher education institutions.


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