Investigating perception changes in teachers attending ICT curricula through self-efficacy

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Authors: Fanni, F., Tardini, S., Rega, I., Cantoni, L. and Van Zyl, I.

Journal: ACM International Conference Proceeding Series

ISBN: 9781450307871

DOI: 10.1145/2369220.2369229

This paper introduces the construct of Self-Efficacy as a method to measure the impact that ICT-enhanced teacher training has on teachers. Firstly, Self-Efficacy and its related sub-constructs, Computer Self-Efficacy and Teacher Self-Efficacy, are presented. Secondly, three research settings where the construct have been tested are introduced: two related to BET K-12 (Brazilian Elearning Teacher training in K-12) project and one related to MELISSA (Measuring ELearning Impact in primary Schools in South African disadvantaged areas). Finally, results of the three experiments are presented and discussed. Copyright 2010 ACM.

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