Factors Related to Technology Integration in Instruction by Marketing Education Teachers
Journal of Career and Technical Education Volume 19, Number 2, ISSN 1531-4952
Responses from 56 of 107 Louisiana secondary marketing teachers indicated that, according to the Technology Integration Model, most were active in exploring technology uses in education and adapting it for instruction, moderate at the advanced integration level, and not active in experimentation. They identified minor barriers to technology integration and displayed no anxiety. (Contains 38 references.) (SK)
Redmann, D.H., Kotrlik, J.W. & Douglas, B.B. (2003). Factors Related to Technology Integration in Instruction by Marketing Education Teachers. Journal of Career and Technical Education, 19(2), 29-46.
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