Measuring primary schools teachers' perception of ICT through self-efficacy: A case study

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Authors: Rega, I. and Fanni, F.

Journal: Journal of Universal Computer Science

Volume: 18

Issue: 3

Pages: 410-428

eISSN: 0948-6968

The case study proposed in this article is the MELISSA project - Measuring ELearning Impact in primary Schools in South African disadvantaged areas. MELISSA measures the impact of exposure to ICTs in teacher training/learning applying the Self-Efficacy construct. The intention is here to understand and analyse changes in attitudes to and uses of ICTs in term of Computer and Teacher Self-Efficacy. To accomplish this goal, the MELISSA team applied a mixed investigative method, merging quantitative and qualitative methodologies. © J.UCS.

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