ICT INTEGRATION IN PRIMARY CLASS ROOMS: ATTITUDE AND CONCERNS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF KERALA

Authors

  • Dr. T. Mohamed Saleem Associate Professor & Research Guide , Farook Training College, Calicut,673632

Keywords:

ICT Integration, attitude, Primary school teachers

Abstract

The use of technology in the classroom improves student’s motivation and attitude about themselves and about learning. For this technology needs to be effectively integrated into formal classroom teaching and learning conditions. In this study researchers studied the attitude of primary school teachers of kerala towards ICT integration in class room. 130 primary school teachers of Kerala were selected as the sample for the study. Data collected by using Attitude scale towards ICT integration and Questionnaire on problems of ICT Integration. Results of the study revealed that primary school teachers of Kerala posse’s positive attitude towards ICT integration in class room. Study also analysed the different problems faced by the primary school teachers while integrating ICT in class room.

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Published

15-02-2019

How to Cite

Dr. T. Mohamed Saleem. (2019). ICT INTEGRATION IN PRIMARY CLASS ROOMS: ATTITUDE AND CONCERNS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF KERALA. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 5(2). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1724