Turkish Prospective Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Use of Computer Games with Educational Features

@article{Can2006TurkishPT,
  title={Turkish Prospective Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Use of Computer Games with Educational Features},
  author={Gulfidan Can and Kursat Cagiltay},
  journal={Educational Technology & Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={308-321}
}
Teachers’ perceptions are critical to the success or failure of integrating computer games with educational features into classrooms. Consequently, it is essential to gather information about concerns they might have in regard to using these games in the classroom. This study was conducted to investigate the perceptions and future plans of a group of prospective computer teachers in Turkey. One-hundred sixteen students, from four different universities’ Computer Education and Instructional… CONTINUE READING

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