Pre-service physical education teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge, technology integration self-efficacy and instructional technology outcome expectations

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2011
Semiz, Kıvanç
The purposes of this study were (1) to identify the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK), Technology Integration Self Efficacy (TISE) and Instructional Technology Outcome Expectations (ITOE) of pre-service physical education teachers, (2) to examine the relationships among “TPACK”, “TISE” and “ITOE”, and (3) to examine the differences between pre-service physical education teachers who perceived and who did not perceive technology integration by their university instructors on “TPACK”, “TISE”, and “ITOE” scores. Seven hundred sixty pre-service physical education teachers from 14 randomly selected universities representing seven geographical regions in Turkey participated in the study. Data were collected by validated versions of “TPACK”, “TISE”, and “ITOE” surveys. Descriptive Analysis, Canonical Correlation Analysis, MANOVA, Independent t Test, and Qualitative Content Analysis were used for data analysis. Findings indicated that TPACK, TISE and ITOE perceptions of pre-service physical education teachers were at good level. University instructors were not good role models in technology integration for the pre-service teachers in general. According to the pre-service teachers’ report, integration of physical education and sport related emerging technologies were almost did not exist in the teaching practices of university setting.TPACK, TISE, and ITOE were moderately related with each other (p<0.05). Preservice teachers’ self perceptions on TPACK, TISE, and ITOE were positively influenced by their perception of university instructors’ technology integration into teaching in university courses (p<0.05). Based on the findings, it is recommended to provide professional development programs for the teacher education program instructors in technology integration, in teaching and in emerging physical education and sport related technologies. In addition, using technology integrated teaching models by both university instructors and pre-service teachers should be encouraged.

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K. Semiz, “Pre-service physical education teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge, technology integration self-efficacy and instructional technology outcome expectations,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2011.