Teachers' attitude towards the use of ICT in the rural primary schools / Taka Poren

ID47129 Poren, Taka (2009) Teachers' attitude towards the use of ICT in the rural primary schools / Taka Poren. Masters thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA Cawangan Sarawak.

Abstract

School teachers are regarded as important 'agent of change in the present era of Information Revolution and Digitalization. However, it has always been perceived that the level of their attitudinal capabilities and mental readiness in terms of ICT usages especially between teachers of urban and rural setting are presumed to be contrastively wide and distinctively disproportionate. Therefore, in view of such condition, a study is conducted to determine the distinctive divide that exists among such teachers, notably with specific reference to those who hailed from the rural primary school setting. The . questionnaires were administered on 111 teachers from 12 primary schools of Bau district in Sarawak. Their proficiency level and attitudinal tendencies towards the use of ICT were measured by the use of Robertson (CAS) Scale which was adopted and adapted to fit into the Malaysian school setting.

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