Technology In Education. Stephanie Walker EDTC 5103 November 8, 2013. Research hypothesis- Older teachers’ attitudes towards technology in education are more negative, than the attitudes of younger teachers.
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November 8, 2013
I distributed 20, paper surveys to teachers at an Elementary School in Owasso, Ok.
All of the teachers were female , teaching grades pre- k-5th and ranging in age from 20-69 years old.
5)Strongly Disagree 4)Disagree 3)Neutral 2)Agree 1)Strongly Agree
2.Innovative, high-tech resources enhance classrooms and learning
3.It is important to integrate technology into everyday lesson plans as much as possible.
4.I feel comfortable teaching with technology.
5.I would like to use technology more in my lesson plans.
6.Online learning is beneficial and effective.
7.Mobile devices should be used in classrooms.
Gender ? technology in education are more negative, than the attitudes of younger teachers.
In what country were you born?Demographics
After evaluating the information from my survey, I fail to reject the null hypothesis. There is no significant difference in attitude towards technology use in education between age groups.