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Using Subjective Norms To Predict Teachers' Computer Use


Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 13, Number 1, ISSN 1040-2454


Study examined how elementary teachers' personal variables predicted their classroom computer use. Teachers completed questionnaires that assessed level of computer use, subjective norms, innovativeness, perceived relevance of computers to teaching, and self-competence in using computers. Many teachers did not use computers for teaching. Subjective norms most closely related to computer use. (SM)


Marcinkiewicz, H.R. & Regstad, N.G. (1996). Using Subjective Norms To Predict Teachers' Computer Use. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 13(1), 27-33. Retrieved April 25, 2019 from .

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