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Analyzing of relationship between teachers' individual innovativeness levels and their tpack self-efficacies

Ahmet Naci Çoklar, Ayşe Özbek
2017 Journal of human sciences  
In line with this purpose, TPACK self-efficacies scale and individual innovativeness scale have been applied to 421 teachers employed in Turkey in 2013-2014 education years.  ...  Individual characteristics of people such as approach to technology, knowledge level and perceptions come into prominence.  ...  Hew and Brush (2007) state that integration of technology means to use software and internet through Desktop Computer, laptop and tablet computer in the schools for educational purposes.  ... 
doi:10.14687/jhs.v14i1.4413 fatcat:glp3jfrxaremhamig3f6drwvve

Factors Influencing the Attitudes and Self-Efficacy of Mississippi Allied Health Educators Toward Information and Communication Technology

Jason C. Crittenden
2009 Career and Technical Education Research  
Computer technology training for prospective teachers: Computer attitudes and perceived self-efficacy. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 8(4), 373. Miller, G. (1997).  ...  Factors Influencing Attitudes and Self-Efficacy Theoretical Base and Related Literature Self-efficacy Teacher self-efficacy refers to a teacher's individual beliefs about his or her own abilities to successfully  ... 
doi:10.5328/cter34.3.155 fatcat:vfnbmdxtxne33atxvz5axtyvwa

Why Do Teachers Use Game-Based Learning Technologies? The Role of Individual and Institutional ICT Readiness

Juho Hamari, Tuula Nousiainen
2015 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This paper investigates how different individual and institutional factors pertaining to ICT readiness influence teachers' adoption of game-based learning technologies.  ...  The data were gathered from Finnish primary, lower secondary and upper secondary school teachers (N=1668) with an online survey.  ...  of Education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2015.88 dblp:conf/hicss/HamariN15 fatcat:ahcwiyvlffc27epy6srsfxil5m

KENYA PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS' PREPARATION IN ICT TEACHING: TEACHER BELIEFS, ATTITUDES, SELF-EFFICACY, COMPUTER COMPETENCE, AND AGE

Gladwell Njeri Wambiri, Mary Nyokabi Ndani
2017 African Journal of Teacher Education  
The authors recommend revision of the primary teacher education preparation syllabus and training practice for pre-service teachers in ICT pedagogy to enhance their preparation to integrate ICT in their  ...  , computer competence and their self-efficacy.  ...  Benson (2004) , for example, found computer efficacy to correlate with the integration and development of modern technologies in educational practice.  ... 
doi:10.21083/ajote.v5i1.3515 fatcat:isd4n7ajtnfpxlbbxxkeodiogm

Technology Integration Preparedness and its Influence on Teacher-Efficacy

Coleen Moore-Hayes
2011 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
However, responses to the open-ended questions revealed examples from practice where teachers from both segments of the sample experienced feelings of low self- efficacy related to technology integration  ...  This article presents findings from a quantitative, descriptive study regarding teacher-efficacy related to technology integration.  ...  Wang, Ertmer and Newby (2004) correlate low self-efficacy toward technology integration to a lack of self-confidence in a teacher's ability and willingness to use computers in teaching.  ... 
doi:10.21432/t2b597 fatcat:z3hrxdmttfehtez3gy6sgvmjyq

Identifying discriminating variables between teachers who fully integrate computers and teachers with limited integration

Julie Mueller, Eileen Wood, Teena Willoughby, Craig Ross, Jacqueline Specht
2008 Computers & Education  
Given the prevalence of computers in education today, it is critical to understand teachers' perspectives regarding computer integration in their classrooms.  ...  The current study surveyed a random sample of a heterogeneous group of 185 elementary and 204 secondary teachers in order to provide a comprehensive summary of teacher characteristics and variables that  ...  We would like to thank the Computers across the Curriculum Committee and the teachers of the Waterloo Region District School Board for their participation and contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2008.02.003 fatcat:lpzhihsizvalrejlys7ymu2o4y

Adopting the Integrative Model of Behaviour Prediction to explain teachers' willingness to use ICT: a perspective for research on teachers' ICT usage in pedagogical practices

Karel Kreijns, Marjan Vermeulen, Paul A. Kirschner, Hans van Buuren, Frederik Van Acker
2013 Technology, Pedagogy and Education  
Information and communication technology (ICT) can enable, support, and reinforce the introduction of new pedagogical practices that comply with the educational demands of the twenty-first-century knowledge  ...  This model forces the explicit consideration of dispositional variables including attitude, self-efficacy and subjective norm that are the direct and indirect antecedents of intentional ICT usage and real  ...  Applying TAM, Aditiwarman and Hussein (2007) found, for example, that computer self-efficacy, technological factors, instructional design, and instructor characteristics are all variables that affect  ... 
doi:10.1080/1475939x.2012.754371 fatcat:iqsztqqt6zdzdfx4wvr5jtk6kq

Teaching Efficacy: A Comparison of Traditionally and Alternatively Certified CTE Teachers in Idaho

Dennis W. Duncan, John Cannon, Allen Kitchel
2013 Career and Technical Education Research  
O-prep teachers were most efficacious in “Use of non- computer technologyand least efficacious in “Utilizing website development software.”  ...  The results of this study show that traditionally certified teachers have higher perceived levels of self-efficacy for all items except “use of non-computer technology in teaching.”  ... 
doi:10.5328/cter38.1.57 fatcat:76nuqizzgzfxfdpqfy4wizive4

Intrapersonal Factors Affecting Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Agricultural Education Teachers

Jessica Stewart, Pavlo Antonenko, J. Shane Robinson, Mwarumba Mwavita
2013 Journal of Agricultural Education  
The focus of this exploratory study was to examine levels of technology integration, self-efficacy, and Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) in preservice and inservice agricultural education  ...  Implications include continuing to support and enact a shift in preservice teacher education from direct lecture and modeling-based instruction to more hands-on, constructivist methods of teaching that  ...  A two-tailed Pearson correlation was computed to assess the level and directionality of the association between technology integration self-efficacy and general teacher self-efficacy.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2013.03157 fatcat:l35am5t7xjgtlghs7yjdafqybe

Examining the Relationship between Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Self-efficacy, Attitudes, and Use of Technology to Support Communication and Mathematics Literacy

Karim Medico Letwinsky
2016 International Journal of Research in Education and Science  
Examining the relationship between secondary mathematics teachers' self-efficacy, attitudes, and use of technology to support communication and mathematics literacy.  ...  Technology in mathematics education, however, was historically defined as a method to enhance graphics, drill, practice, and provide computation assistance.  ...  One study, in particular, stressed the connection between self-efficacy and technology integration (Becker, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.21890/ijres.267371 fatcat:65s2uuly3zhibm7haejfhwe35e

An Examination of the Relationship between Generation, Gender, Subject Area, and Technology Efficacy among Secondary Teachers in the United States

Kimberly Woods, Jillian L. Wendt, Amy Barrios, Rebecca Lunde
2021 International Journal of Technology in Education  
An online survey was provided to all participants. The survey consisted of demographic questions and a technology self-efficacy instrument.  ...  The current study uses a correlation design and multiple linear regression to determine whether generation, gender, and subject area predict teachers' technology efficacy as measured by the Technology  ...  In addition, Scherer and Saddiq (2015) revealed a significant difference in secondary teachers' computer self-efficacy in relation to basic operational skill and advanced operational skill, in favor  ... 
doi:10.46328/ijte.126 fatcat:fwl3av2kubgdhiaxizsbtrvqom

The Impact of Virtual Technology on Teachers Candidates' Self-efficacy: A Literature Revie

Sadia Bibi, Abid Shahzad, Malik Adeel
2020 International Journal of Distance Education and E-Learning  
with the help of virtual technology, whether teacher self-efficacy differs in online education as compared to face-to-face education.  ...  (2) association between teaching self-efficacy and virtual technology (3) changes in self-efficacy of a teacher before and after a professional development with the help of virtual technology.  ...  together teacher self-efficacy and technology integration in online education may be especially important, where technology use is at the heart of learning and teaching.  ... 
doi:10.36261/ijdeel.v5i2.1041 fatcat:oql2rhehfrgb7jslf6nn4gjy4y

Measuring the Relationship between Agriculture Teachers' Self-Efficacy, Outcome Expectation, Interest, and their use of Interactive Whiteboards

JC Bunch, Shane Robinson, Craig Edwards
2012 Journal of Agricultural Education  
The purpose of this descriptive-correlational study was to examine the level of self-efficacy of Oklahoma secondary agricultural education teachers regarding their use of the interactive whiteboard (IWB  ...  The study also sought to determine if relationships existed between teachers' IWB self-efficacy scores, outcome expectation scores, interest scores, and selected personal and professional characteristics  ...  Finally, future inquires should be conducted to determine how the use of IWBs and other educational technology affects student learning and achievement in secondary agricultural education.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2012.01067 fatcat:xfxqxdxojnhelce5ace2junbeu

THE USE OF NEW INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE LEARNING PROCESS: A CASE STUDY OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN THE PREFECTURE OF AITOLOAKARNANIA

L. Theodorakopoulos, Z. Karanikola, D. Papadopoulos, N. Katsonis
2018 Zenodo  
In such a context, this paper comes to explore the views of secondary education teachers on the use of information and communication technologies in the learning process.  ...  In particular, a sample survey was conducted to determine the degree of utilization of new information and communication technologies in the learning process, especially in secondary school teachers in  ...  Teacher's particular features, such as computer self-efficacy, attitudes towards technology and the gender of the teacher appear to be connected with the use of ICT in education.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5644350 fatcat:bxvnc3uj7bg6bahb5t7k73eoy4

Towards Enhancing Quality in Education through Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs)

Nana YawAsabere, Ahmedin Mohammed Ahmed
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Using Wollo University in Ethiopia and Accra Polytechnic in Ghana as case studies, this article reviews institutional, personal and technological factors that can encourage stakeholders, teachers and students  ...  to use ICT to enhance the quality of education in these HEIs.  ...  According to Liaw et al. [35] , teachers' computer self-efficacy influences their use of ICT in teaching and learning.  ... 
doi:10.5120/10099-4745 fatcat:wcf63odfjvfmtmweot36ldncua
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