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What Should We Investigate Next? A Scoping Exercise to Identify Variables of Relevance in Teachers’ Views on Technology-Related Issues
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FitzGibbon, A., Egan, A., Oldham, E. & Girvan, C. (2012). What Should We Investigate Next? A Scoping Exercise to Identify Variables of Relevance in Teachers’ Views on Technology-Related Issues. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 3218-3223). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Abstract: The authors explore qualified teachers’ responses to a questionnaire on technology-related issues in order to identify future research areas. Variables examined include: satisfaction levels with ICT education in pre- and post- qualification courses; with technology in classrooms; technical assistance available in schools; choices for use of state funding; and relationships of gender, level taught, self-reported competency, and self-identified barriers to technology use with the selected data. Findings suggest some areas that may be worthy of further investigation, for example: differing levels of satisfaction with pre-service education, and emphasis on reducing pupil/teacher ratio, rather than on technology enhancement, as a preferred option for funding.
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