Investigation of K 12 teachers ıCT competencies and the contributing factors in acquiring these competencies

2009-01-01
 is study investigates K-12 teachers’ ICT competence levels, the di€ erences in teachers’ ICT competences based on their demographic characteristics, and factors that have an impact on their ICT competences.  e data were collected from 1,429 K-12 teachers by means of a questionnaire.  e  ndings of the study indicate that the majority of the participants do not perceive themselves as competent in basic and advanced ICT. Gender, prior preservice education ICT courses, and computer ownership are signi cantly related to the perceived ICT competences of K-12 teachers. Personal interest, possession of a home computer, and family and friends were rated as the most in‚ uential factors in acquiring ICT competences.
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Y. Göktaş, Z. Yıldırım, and İ. S. Yıldırım, “Investigation of K 12 teachers ıCT competencies and the contributing factors in acquiring these competencies,” The New Educational Review, pp. 276–294, 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/72699.