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A Trend Study: Technology Adoption in the Teaching-Learning Process by Secondary Business Teachers--2002 and 2007
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Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 50, Number 2, ISSN 0011-8052

Abstract

This study determined Louisiana secondary business teachers' adoption of technology for use in instruction. Teachers have increased their technology adoption for use in instruction over the past five years, although they still do not have access to the technology they need to utilize technology fully. Moderate barriers exist that prevent them from integrating technology into their teaching although the technology integration barriers have decreased over the past five years. Teachers are experiencing some technology anxiety, which appears to be a decline since 2002. Technology availability, barriers to technology integration, and years teaching experience are strong predictors of their adoption of technology in instruction. (Contains 4 tables.)

Citation

Redmann, D.H. & Kotrlik, J.W. (2008). A Trend Study: Technology Adoption in the Teaching-Learning Process by Secondary Business Teachers--2002 and 2007. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 50(2), 77-89. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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