Attitudes and Perceived Information Technology Competency among Teachers

Sa'ari, Juanna Risah and Wong, Su Luan and Roslan, Samsilah (2005) Attitudes and Perceived Information Technology Competency among Teachers. Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology, 2 (3). pp. 70-77. ISSN 1823:1144

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to measure teachers’ attitudes and perceived competency towards information technology (IT). The results revealed that most teachers possess positive attitudes towards IT. The findings also established that most teachers have moderate levels of IT competency. They also believe that they still lack the appropriate IT skills to integrate the technology into the teaching and learning process. The results of MANOVA analysis indicated that there are significant differences between the group of competent and incompetent teachers in terms of usefulness, confidence, anxiety and aversion toward the use of IT.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:measure teachers’ attitudes; competency; information technology
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
ID Code:17872
Deposited By: Fazlin Hj. Shamsudin
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