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Title: Attitude towards Information Technology In Relation To Computer Phobia And Socioeconomic Status of Secondary School Teachers
Researcher: Mittal, Heena
Guide(s): Kaur, Jaswinder
Keywords: Education and Educational Research
Social Sciences
Social Sciences General
University: Guru Kashi University
Completed Date: 2021
Abstract: The technology, we all are exposed to and familiar with has smoothened the way by newlinenow, and future technologies certainly have the potentialities to change our lives newlinemore. It is improving the quality of each individual in each aspect of life. Even in the newlinefield of education that has most benefited from the recent technological advancement newlinewhich is helpful to increase the potentialities of teachers and students as well as newlineempower the teaching-learning process, class-management system, etc. Teacher newlineeducation programs are linked through information technology. From pre-School to newlinehigher education, various electronic devices i.e. computers, smartphones, even smartboards newlinehave extended the vast and rich amounts of knowledge and information. newlineAttitude towards Information Technology refers to negotiate responses to various newlineresources and applications of information technology for use teaching-learning newlineprocess. Computer Phobia has been defined as anxiety about the present or future newlineinteractions with computers negative global attitudes about computers, their newlineoperation, or societal impact self-critical internal dialogues during actual computer newlineinteraction. Socio-Economic Status is defined as a measure of one s combined socioeconomic newlinestatus that tends to be positively associated with life conditions. newlineThe objectives of the present study are (1) To identify the levels of attitude towards newlineinformation technology, computer phobia, and socio-economic status of the secondary newlineschool teachers; (2) To study the difference in attitude towards information newlinetechnology based on gender, the locale of residence and type of school of secondary newlineschool teachers; newline(3) To study the difference in computer phobia based on gender, the locale of newlineresidence, and type of school of secondary school teachers; (4) To study the newlinedifference in Socioeconomic status based on gender, the locale of residence, and type newlineof school of secondary school teachers; (5) To study the relationship between attitude newlinetowards information technology,
Pagination: 112
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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