The perceived self-efficacy of classroom teachers and preschool teachers for teaching with tablets
Sakarya Universty, Faculty of Education, Elementary Education Department, Hendek/Sakarya, 54300, Turkey
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The purpose of this study was to identify the perceived selfefficacy of classroom teachers and preschool teachers for teaching with tablets. The data were collected using the Perceived Self-Efficacy for Teaching with Tablets Scale, which was developed by the researcher. The study used convenience sampling, a type of purposive sampling. The sample was comprised of 171 teachers. In addition to developing the scale, the researcher attempted to reveal whether branch and gender led to a significant difference in perceived self-efficacy for teaching with tablets. Male teachers had higher perceived self-efficacy for teaching with tablets. However, branch was not a statistically significant factor.
Key words: classroom teachers / preschool teachers / teaching with tablets / self-efficacy
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