Learner-Centeredness and Teacher Efficacy: Predicting Teachers' Consequence Concerns regarding the Use of Technology in the Classroom?

Jan. 10, 2010

Source: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. Vol. 18, Iss. 1; pg. 57. (January 2010).

Research suggests that teachers concerns regarding the use of technology in the classroom significantly influence their technology usage.

In this study, the authors explored the influence of teachers' learner-centered beliefs and teacher efficacy on consequence concerns.
These two constructs were selected due to conceptual relevance and because they are trainable characteristics.

The results of this study indicated that learner-centered beliefs and teacher efficacy significantly influence consequence concerns.

Updated: May. 30, 2011