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Empirical modeling of information communication technology usage behaviour among business education teachers in tertiary colleges of a developing country
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Dauda Dansarki Isiyaku, Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub, Suhaida Abdulkadir
2015 South African Journal of Education  
intentions of using ICTs in the classroom.  ...  The sample was 212 teachers from Business Education faculties of 13 tertiary colleges in the northwestern region of Nigeria.  ...  Unfortunately, ICT studies from countries of developed regions may not always apply to countries of developing or underdeveloped regions, owing to cultural peculiarities, population, sampling, and/or designs  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v35n4a1101 fatcat:pjft2hw76revnem5z2mfxauslm

Developing the usage index for teaching with technology: A case study for Motheo district, South Africa

Bernard M. Hlalele
2020 The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa  
not satisfactory, ranging from 'maybe used' to 'less use of technology' in teaching of Euclidean geometry in classroom.  ...  This study used a four-dimensional model for teaching with technology in the investigation.  ...  Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any affiliated agency of the author.  ... 
doi:10.4102/td.v16i1.668 fatcat:tmz35d7k45d3visqax547fol4m

Collage

Saurabh Panjwani, Aakar Gupta, Navkar Samdaria, Edward Cutrell, Kentaro Toyama
2010 Proceedings of the 4th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development - ICTD '10  
We present Collage, a software application designed for classroom presentations for school teachers in the developing world.  ...  The tool was piloted in three schools in suburban India for use in real-world classroom teaching.  ...  Thanks to Luana Micallef, Karl Fenech and Ashish Sharma for participating in early stages of this research and to the reviewers of ICTD 2010 for providing detailed feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2369220.2369248 fatcat:rawjy7aa7ng33kxz2mocygvaoi

Impact of Traditional Education and Tablet-Assisted Education on Students: A Comparative Analysis

Banu Numan Uyal, Elif Binboğa Yel, Orhan Korhan
2017 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
The developed risk assessment model has shown that both educational and extracurricular activities result in significant risk factors of physical discomfort.  ...  The findings showed that the physical discomforts due to tablet-use are intensively experienced at neck, upper back, lower back, and shoulder regions, which are very similar to those experienced in traditional  ...  INTRODUCTION The use of technology in classrooms has resulted in a shift from the traditional classroom setting, where the student was considered as a passive consumer of educational knowledge, to a classroom  ... 
doi:10.12973/ejmste/79045 fatcat:jwrhrdt6tvcvxgcgpur2rwkllm

Using a multiple-delivery-mode training approach to develop local capacity and infrastructure for advanced bioinformatics in Africa

Verena Ras, Gerrit Botha, Shaun Aron, Katie Lennard, Imane Allali, Shantelle Claassen-Weitz, Kilaza Samson Mwaikono, Dane Kennedy, Jessica R. Holmes, Gloria Rendon, Sumir Panji, Christopher J Fields (+2 others)
2021 PLoS Computational Biology  
To address this, H3ABioNet developed a 16S rRNA Microbiome Intermediate Bioinformatics Training course, extending its remote classroom model.  ...  with a lack of local computational infrastructure and expertise.  ...  The content represented in this paper is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008640 pmid:33630830 fatcat:oj3dg5w24jddrg33rg5x23bure

Antecedents to teachers' perceptions of the usefulness of ICTs for business education classroom instructions in Nigerian tertiary institutions

Dauda Dansarki Isiyaku, Mohd Ahmad Fauzi Ayub, Suhaida AbdulKadir
2018 Asia Pacific Education Review  
The study model explained about 33% of the variance in teachers' perceptions of the usefulness of ICTs in the classroom. Two of the hypotheses of the study were statistically significant.  ...  The study proposed a structural model to investigate whether computer self-efficacy, perceived enjoyment, and subjective norm were antecedents to teachers' perceived usefulness of ICTs in Business Education  ...  There were, however, a few studies in the African region that examined teachers' perceptions concerning the usage of ICTs, and literature on ICT use in education in other parts of the world also highlighted  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12564-018-9525-x fatcat:r2mbxclyzrhcrbmhe3bd5q25fe

Page 876 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 29, Issue 2 [page]

1995 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
questionnaire; Australian/British/Singapore English-speaking university students; 9503425 Spanish pronoun clitic system's functional shift, regional usage/ extralinguistic determinants evidence; empirical  ...  inner-city school; Success for All program participation; sur- veys, interviews, observation; kindergarten-2nd graders; 9502607 reading tests/assessment, computer vs hard copy method, group vs in- dividual  ... 

An Exploratory Factorial Analysis of Teachers' Perceptions of Perceived Pedagogical Benefits of Adoption of Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning

D.W. Govender, M. Dhurup
2014 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
In the current information society, the need for teachers to be adequately equipped with information and communication technology (ICT) competency has become essential for teaching in a classroom.  ...  The sample comprised 1222 teachers employed in public secondary schools in the greater Durban area in the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.  ...  Development of a positive user attitude towards ICT adoption is essential not only for enhancing computer integration, but also for avoiding educators' resistance to computer use in classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n20p1214 fatcat:ptakp4563jcmldbr5lgacdq22y

An Investigation of University Students' Ownership, Usage, and Skill with Technology: Key Factors for Course Design

Casimir C. Barczyk, Emily Hixon, Janet Buckenmeyer, Heather Zamojski
2012 Contemporary Educational Technology  
Students owned and used a wide variety of electronic devices. Eighty five percent of the students owned laptop computers, 62% digital phones, 60% desktop computers, and 52% gaming systems.  ...  Students at a regional campus of a Midwestern university were surveyed using an online questionnaire to determine their ownership, skill, and use of technological devices.  ...  The findings of the regression model are summarized in Table 9 .  ... 
doi:10.30935/cedtech/6071 fatcat:opysctjg7zcyre73uwxkltfl2y

Digital Technology (DT) Usage of Preschool Teachers in Early Childhood Classrooms

Ahmet Sami KONCA, Feyza TANTEKİN ERDEN
2021 Journal of Education and Future  
Teachers tended to use television and computers in the classroom activities.  ...  Gender, teaching experience, and attitudes of teachers towards using ICT did not significantly predict their DT usage in their classroom activities.  ...  Ahmet Sami Konca, Feyza Tantekin Erden 11 National Association for the Education of Young Children (  ... 
doi:10.30786/jef.627809 fatcat:ez7k5v44cnhk5nhublkdrnny6u

Technology Usage of Tennessee Agriculture Teachers

Michael D. Coley, Wendy J. Warner, Kristin S. Stair, James L. Flowers, D. Barry Croom
2015 Journal of Agricultural Education  
As well, classroom observations and interviews with teachers and administrators can provide a more in-depth understanding of current technology usage in agricultural education.  ...  When A Nation at Risk was released in 1983, the report recommended computer science be included as a requirement for high school graduation in addition to English, mathematics, science, and social studies  ...  Ninety-seven percent of public school teachers reported having at least one computer in their classrooms with Internet access available for 93% of classroom computers.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2015.03035 fatcat:il4kqrh62zgk7pqbg75cg4txdu

Teaching with Technology: North Carolina Agriculture Teachers' Knowledge Acquisition, Attitudes, and Identified Barriers

Maegan R. Williams, Wendy J. Warner, James L. Flowers, D. Barry Croom
2014 Journal of Agricultural Education  
in agriculture classrooms.  ...  In order for agricultural education teachers to adapt to an ever-changing educational environment, they must possess the skills necessary to integrate technology into their classrooms.  ...  of their own computer ability level Computer availability The number of computers available in the classroom for students Teachers' beliefs Teachers' perception of technology's influence on student learning  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2014.05001 fatcat:es62krrvkbha7eer3ykqssm6wa

Teaching Technology Usage in the ENT Medical Subdomain via a Flipped Classroom Approach

Walter Koch, Jochen Schachenreiter, Klaus Vogt, Gerda Koch, Wolfgang Göderle
2018 International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning  
New in silico procedures, like imaging, 3D modelling, CFD simulation and analysis, are to be part of a standard clinical pathway in the ENT domain in the near future.  ...  In order to train ENT specialists on the new diagnostic aids Rhinodiagnost.eu will provide flipped classroom online lessons using the tool "Mediathread" of the Columbia University, as learning environment  ...  include visualization of the nasal cavities (using 3D modelling), the execution of CFD-simulation, and in special cases even the print out of 3D models of pathological regions of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijac.v11i1.9105 fatcat:5fidl6j5fnej3hmdgckcfgfnke

Towards an Internet‐based Education Model for Caribbean Countries

Emanuel S. Grant, Robert B. France, Sam Hsu
2000 Journal of Educational Media  
Paper overview In this paper we present models of VCs for primary and secondary schools in Caribbean territories, based on a VC called VCOIN (Virtual Classroom Over the Internet), developed at Florida  ...  A third benefit to be realized from VC usage is that students will, transparently, develop and expand their computing skills as a side effect from using the system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1358165000250104 fatcat:5oohfye6yzedfeimpn6dif5c6e

Towards an Internet-based Education Model for Caribbean Countries

Emanuel S. Grant, Robert B. France, Sam Hsu
2000 Journal of Educational Media  
Paper overview In this paper we present models of VCs for primary and secondary schools in Caribbean territories, based on a VC called VCOIN (Virtual Classroom Over the Internet), developed at Florida  ...  A third benefit to be realized from VC usage is that students will, transparently, develop and expand their computing skills as a side effect from using the system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13581650050001212 fatcat:3qd4n5nvrzcfhoxdbvsfsapnoi
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