Examining digital native preservice teachers' perceptions of an educational technology course: Part 2

  1. Joyce Asing-Cashman, New Mexico State University, United States
  2. David Rutledge, New Mexico State University, United States
  3. Binod Gurung, New Mexico State University, Nepal
  4. Yousef Arouri, New Mexico State University, Jordan
  5. Mariam Abdelmalak, New Mexico State University, Egypt
  6. Yolonda Pawielski, New Mexico State University, United States
  7. Ashley Ryan, New Mexico State University, United States

Wednesday, March 27 2:45 PM-3:45 PM

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This paper examines digital native preservice teachers (DNPSTs) perceptions of an educational technology course. A likert-scale survey was completed by DNPSTs at the end of the Fall 2012 semester. The results are presented in the following sequence: Paper I - DNPSTs’ perceptions of the instructional approach; Paper II - DNPSTs’ perceptions of the course syllabus and schedule, and learning activities; Paper III - DNPSTs’ perceptions of the technology tools covered in the course; Paper IV - DNPSTs’ perceptions of the assessment used in the course; and Paper V - Investigation into multicultural inclusion in DNPSTs’ Webquests.

ID
39740
Type
Symposium
Topics
Information Technology Diffusion/Integration Information Technology Education K-12 Teachers and School Leaders Related
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