Semiral ÖNCÜ
(Uludağ Üniversitesi, Eğitim Fakültesi, Bilgisayar ve Öğretim Teknolojileri Eğitimi Bölümü, Bursa, Türkiye)
ERHAN ŞENGEL
(Uludağ Üniversitesi, Eğitim Fakültesi, Bilgisayar ve Öğretim Teknolojileri Eğitimi Bölümü, Bursa, Türkiye)
ŞEHNAZ BALTACI GÖKTALAY
(Uludağ Üniversitesi, Eğitim Fakültesi, Bilgisayar ve Öğretim Teknolojileri Eğitimi Bölümü, Bursa, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2012Cilt: 25Sayı: 1ISSN: 2667-6788Sayfa Aralığı: 259 - 277İngilizce

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Internet self-efficacy of secondary school students: Effects of computer use, email use and student characteristics
Eğitimde teknoloji kullanımı üzerine artan bir ilgi var. Teknoloji yardımıyla öğrenme faaliyetlerine etkili bir şekilde katılabilmeleri için öğrencilerin bilgisayar konusunda bilgili olmaları gerekiyor. Internet öz-yeterliği, bilgisayar uzmanlığının potansiyel bir göstergesidir. Bu çalışmada ilköğretim öğrencilerinin genel ve iletişim öz-yeterliklerinden oluşan İnternet öz-yeterliklerini etkileyen faktörler araştırılmıştır. Çalışmada kullanılan veriler 2008-2010 yılları arasında desteklenen bir araştırma projesinin parçasıdır. Araştırmaya on değişik ilköğretim okulundan 609 öğrenci katılmıştır. Birçok öğrenci ile ilgili faktöre bağlı olarak öğrencilerin İnternet öz-yeterliklerini araştırmak için MANCOVA analizinden faydalanılmıştır. Araştırmadan elde edilen sonuçlar öğrencilerin İnternet öz-yeterliklerinin oldukça yüksek olduğunu ortaya koymuştur. Öğrencilerin İnternet öz-yeterliğini etkileyen faktörler olarak günlük bilgisayar kullanımı, haftalık e-posta kullanımı ve evde İnternet bağlantısı olması öne çıkmıştır. Öğrencilerin sınıf düzeyi ve cinsiyetin İnternet öz-yeterliği üzerine etkisi bulunamamıştır. Günümüzde FATİH projesi gibi geniş kapsamlı projeler yardımıyla teknoloji entegrasyonu Türk milli eğitiminde daha da ön plana çıkarken, bu çalışmanın sonuçları öğrencilerin teknoloji konusundaki güvenlerini anlayarak hareket etmek açısından faydalı olacaktır.
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