Information Age Qualities of Principals Teachers and Students in Turkish Vocational High Schools A Systemic Change Approach

This study is interested in information age qualities of principles, teachers and students in Turkish Vocational High Schools. A readiness to systemic change survey was used as the measuring tool for the information age qualities. The survey was implemented to 7 schools and there was a total participation of 29 teachers and 282 students. The data obtained from the administration of the measuring instrument was analyzed by using both descriptive and inferential statistics. Findings of the readiness survey indicated that teachers’ perceptions and relationship with the principal mean scores are higher than students. When the data were analyzed using Analysis of Variance between groups (ANOVA), the results indicate that there were significant differences in how the two stakeholder groups perceives principals, teachers and students information-age quality measures.
Proceedings of AECT 2011 Conference, 1 - 04 Ekim 2011


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Ö. Delialioğlu, “Information Age Qualities of Principals Teachers and Students in Turkish Vocational High Schools A Systemic Change Approach,” 2011, p. 265, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: