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

ID: 39740 Type: Symposium
  1. Joyce Asing-Cashman, David Rutledge, Binod Gurung, Yousef Arouri, Mariam Abdelmalak, Yolonda Pawielski, and 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.

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