Factors that Influence Pre-service Teachers' Technology Integration Performance

Factors that Influence Pre-service Teachers' Technology Integration Performance

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The main objective of the study was to examine interrelationships among social cognitive variables (self-efficacy, outcome expectations and performance goals) and their role in predicting pre-service teachers' technology integration performance. Although researchers have examined the role of these variables in the teacher education context, the present study was an examination of the manner in which they may jointly function to predict technology integration performance. Social Cognitive Career Theory (SCCT) served as the theoretical framework. Participants were 111 pre-service teachers' enrolled in an introductory instructional technology course. Findings revealed that SCCT predictions were largely supported when the freshman students were excluded from the analyses. Self-efficacy and outcome expectations were related to each other and both contributed to the prediction of performance.Goals were found to have the highest correlation with performance (r = .43, p alt; . 001). ... revealed a similar result in that performance goals had the highest correlation with the final grade of students enrolled in an introductory computer course(ranbsp;...

Title:Factors that Influence Pre-service Teachers' Technology Integration Performance
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008

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