Yıl 2019, Cilt 10, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 75 - 93 2019-01-15

Predictors of Technology Integration Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Preservice Teachers

Salih Birisci [1] , Emin Kul [2]

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This correlational study aimed to investigate the prediction levels of technopedagogical education competency for technology integration self-efficacy beliefs of pre-service teachers. The study group comprised 174 pre-service teachers at the Faculty of Education of a university located in the Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey. Both “Technopedagogical Education Competency Scale” and “Technology Integration Self-Efficacy Perception Scale” were administered as data collection tools. The results of the study showed that pre-service teachers had high levels of technology integration self-efficacy beliefs, with a high-level positive correlation with technopedagogical education competency. In addition, the dimensions of technopedagogical education competency such as ethics, design, exertion and proficiency were revealed as the predictors of technology integration self-efficacy; moreover, predictive effects of exertion and proficiency dimensions are insignificant. The findings obtained from the present study are thought to be helpful for the development of pre-service teachers' technology integration self-efficacy beliefs.
Technopedagogical education competency, Technology integration, Self-efficacy belief, Pre-service teachers
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Yazar: Salih Birisci (Sorumlu Yazar)
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Yazar: Emin Kul
Ülke: Turkey


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APA Birisci, S , Kul, E . (2019). Predictors of Technology Integration Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Preservice Teachers. Contemporary Educational Technology, 10 (1), 75-93. DOI: 10.30935/cet.512537
MLA Birisci, S , Kul, E . "Predictors of Technology Integration Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Preservice Teachers". Contemporary Educational Technology 10 (2019): 75-93 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/cet/issue/42533/512537>
Chicago Birisci, S , Kul, E . "Predictors of Technology Integration Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Preservice Teachers". Contemporary Educational Technology 10 (2019): 75-93
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