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A study of teachers" perceptions concerning the efficacy of the Technology for Children Program

A study of teachers" perceptions concerning the efficacy of the Technology for Children Program

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Published in 1977 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael A. Wanko.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 80588 (L)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 124 leaves.
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3089261M
LC Control Number82191652

  With regard to the perceptions held by parents about the role of TDM in developing child culture, Table 1 illustrates that their perceptions for the total scale was high with a mean value of , giving an indication that the contribution of technology in developing child culture was high. Similar to the perceptions of teachers, the “intellectual aspect” had the highest mean values ( The purpose of this study was to analyze how K preservice teachers used technology as a tool for student learning given technology standards for teachers and students from the International Society for Technology in Education (, ) and to consider how those experiences relate to 21st-century citizenship skills.

Effectiveness in Motivating Students. Perceptions that students are unmotivated and disengaged is also a key predictor of attrition among new teachers (Ingersoll, ).Unmotivated students who exert little effort and give up quickly when challenged are a major concern in urban, low-income schools (Jones & Sandidge, ) and present significant challenges to novices (Good & Brophy, ). (Milou, , 4). The study also found that the successful integration of the graphing calculator into the mathematics classroom cannot take place without the aid of enthusiastic teachers. Teachers' perceptions of the graphing calculator and its use in the classroom are paramount (Milou, , 4).

A sociocultural perspective on understanding change in beliefs and practices regarding vocabulary teaching and learning: A case study of English language teachers in Hong Kong. Conceptualisations of global learning and primary school teachers' perceptions of pedagogy for global learning. a University of Cambridge case study. Yongcan Liu. The study offers a number of recommendations regarding components of effective school discipline practices. An effective school discipline practice involves all stakeholders in its design. The principal and the teach ers are responsible for carrying out the school discipline practices to foster appropriate behavior from the students.


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Elementary school teachers' perceptions of the Technology for Children Program (T4C) were the subject of this dissertation. The T4C program involved a learn-by-doing approach to language arts, science, mathematics and social studies instruction in elementary schools.

The program involved the development of "Episodes" or "Unit Kits" for teaching a variety of skills and : Michael A. Wanko. Exemplary technology-using teachers: Perceptions of factors influencing success. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 23(2), Fisler, J.

L., & Firestone, W. Teacher learning in a school-university partnership: Exploring the role of social trust and teaching efficacy beliefs. Teachers College Record, (6),   This paper investigates teachers’ and students’ perceptions concerning the impact of using tablet devices for teaching and learning purposes.

An explorative focus group study was conducted with teachers (n = 18) and students (n = 39) in a secondary school that has implemented tablet devices since The general finding of this study shows that the use of tablet devices in the Cited by:   Teachers' expectations about their students' abilities affect classroom interactions in myriad ways that can impact student performance.

Students expected to Author: Alix Spiegel. perceptions regarding the effectiveness of selected teaching methods and tools when respondents are grouped by years of teaching experience (n=).

Table Means, standard deviations and t values of female and male respondents perceptions regarding effectiveness of selected teaching methods and tools (n=). Table Cited by: 8. This study used the Standards Inventory Assessment (SAI) to evaluate the teacher perceptions as reported anonymously through the survey instrument.

The need for this specific research is evident in the current limitation of quantitative data regarding the PLC model that is being increasingly advocated for at the government, state, and. Teachers’ perceptions of their working as well as that concerning teachers’ lowly status and poor working conditions.

The aim of this project is to share updates regarding book. (, ) also found that student perceptions of learning were highly correlated with their overall ratings of teaching effectiveness.

Another advantage of student perceptions of learning over final course examination scores is that the latter are limited to multisection courses that use a. In recent years, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) have been increasingly emphasized for elementary-age children, and this trend should extend into preschool too.

Blocks—a fundamental material found in almost all early childhood se. technology-based teaching and learning into the schools’ national curriculum. This study aims to analyze teachers’ perceptions on effectiveness of ICT integration to support teaching and learning process in classroom.

A survey questionnaire was distributed randomly to the total of teachers from 10 public secondary schools.

This study examines Greek teachers' perceptions related to the nature and management of autistic children. To investigate these issues, a statistically reliable number of questionnaires (n =   Focusing on a good teacher’s best qualities can help teachers overcome their perceptions and find fulfillment in their profession.

Educational Trends When it comes to learning, experts are always looking for the best tools and tactics for educating children. A successful teacher leads to successful students. Reward good performance: Recognize teachers’ efforts and reward their performance. Boost their morale so that they can expand their impact on education.

A rewards and recognition program helps teachers focus on education and improve the level of teaching. What are the types of teacher surveys. technology regarding computer and instruction are made. REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE IN SCIENCE Jeyamani P.

(), Effectiveness of the simulation model of teaching through Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) Jeyamani conducted a research on effectiveness of simulation model of teaching. students’ perceptions of classroom assessment impacts their learning.

Problem Statement The primary aim of this study is to explore pre-service teachers’ perceptions of classroom assessment. A secondary purpose is to explore the faculty members’ perceptions of classroom assessment and their expectations of students’ learning. This explanatory sequential mixed methods study compared parents’ and teachers’ perceptions and experiences regarding (a) parent-teacher relationships and (b) parent-teacher communication according to parents’ ethnicities and races.

Non-matched, quantitative data about parent-teacher relationships were collected from parents (White. » All | Training series for Parents, Teachers, and children.

This paper reports the findings of a study that investigated teacher perspectives on student mental health and mental health education, including their sense of self-efficacy in relation to promoting and supporting children’s mental well-being in schools. regarding multicultural teaching practices.

Therefore a strong need emerges for a study which would provide an understanding about early childhood teachers’ perceptions and practices regarding multicultural education. Purposes of the Study “Case study research excels at bringing us to an understanding of a complex issue.

technology (Prensky, ). Technology and teacher motivation have positive effects on student motivation (Atkinson, ). Because students respond positively to technology and are motivated by technology, teachers should make conscious efforts to create activities that encompass some form of technological tool.

intended. This was an exploratory study to describe and compare the level of AT knowledge among special education professionals and related service providers, identify AT training needs, and determine staff perceptions of the availability and effectiveness of AT technical assistance and support within a school system that serves a large number of.that influenced staff development training.

Also, included in the study was teachers’ perceptions of the need for staff development with proven applications. A qualitative research method used interviews from 25 veteran and apprentice elementary teachers ranging in experience from 2 years to 30 plus years of service in the educational profession.

The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences and perceptions of adolescents and teachers regarding school-based sexuality education in rural primary schools. Methods A purposive sample was drawn from primary school-going adolescents aged 12–16 years and teachers aged 28–52 in four rural schools.