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Technology Integration by Agriscience Teachers in the Teaching/Learning Process
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Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 44, Number 3, ISSN 1042-0541

Abstract

Responses from 115 of 203 Louisiana secondary agriscience teachers identified the level of technology integration in their programs. They were most active in exploring its potential for teaching/learning and adopting for instruction; less active in experimentation and advanced integration. Level of technological anxiety and perceptions of barriers and teaching effectiveness predicted the extent of integration. (Contains 39 references.) (SK)

Citation

Kotrlik, J.W., Redmann, D.H. & Douglas, B.B. (2003). Technology Integration by Agriscience Teachers in the Teaching/Learning Process. Journal of Agricultural Education, 44(3), 78-90. Retrieved November 14, 2019 from .

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