A Study of Student-Teachers' Readiness to Use Computers in Teaching: An Empirical Study.

  title={A Study of Student-Teachers' Readiness to Use Computers in Teaching: An Empirical Study.},
  author={M. Padmavathi},
  journal={Journal on School Educational Technology},
  • M. Padmavathi
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Journal on School Educational Technology
This study attempts to analyze student-teachers' attitude towards the use of computers for classroom teaching. Four dimensions of computer attitude on a Likert-type five-point scale were used: Affect (liking), Perceived usefulness, Perceived Control and Behaviour Intention to use computers. The effect of student-teachers' subject area, years of computer experience and computer competency on attitude towards the computers are also analyzed. The study has adopted ‘Technology Acceptance Model’ as… Expand

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