An Investigation of Pre-service Visual Arts Teachers’ Perceptions of Computer Self-Efficacy and Attitudes Towards Web-based Instruction

Orhan Doğru

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Abstract


This study aimed to examine the pre-service visual arts teachers’ perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction studying at the Faculties of Education. Their perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction were compared by the variables of gender, class and academic success based on causal comparison method. The participants of the study consisted of 250 pre-service teachers who received visual arts education at the Faculties of Education at Marmara, Necmettin Erbakan, Atatürk and Gazi Universities. Data were collected through Perceptions of Computer Self-efficacy Scale and Attitudes Towards Web-based Instruction Scale. The findings showed that the pre-service visual arts teachers’ perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction were high. In addition, pre-service teachers’ perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction differed by gender and year of study. There were significant positive correlations between pre-service visual arts teachers’ perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction.

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Visual arts education, Pre-service teacher, Computer self-efficacy, Web-based instruction, Attitude

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Doğru, O. (2020). An investigation of pre-service visual arts teachers’ perceptions of computer self-efficacy and attitudes towards web-based instruction. International Journal of Research in Education and Science (IJRES), 6(4), 629-637.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijres.v6i4.1454

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