International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 8, Part M (2015)
Attitude of B.Ed. students towards information and communication technology (ICT)
The present study aims to examine the attitude of B.Ed. students towards ICT. The investigator has adopted the survey method of research. The sample consists of 250 B.Ed. students from four colleges of education selected by stratified random sampling technique. The investigator developed a self-made questionnaire of 25 items to measure the attitude of the B.Ed. students towards ICT. The investigator established content validity and reliability by split-half method, and the value is 0.76. To find out the meaning, interpretation of the raw scores, the data were analysed using mean, standard deviation ‘t’ test. The findings show (a) there is no significant difference in the attitude of B.Ed. students towards ICT with regard to (i) gender, (ii) discipline, (iii) course of study, and (iv) locality, and (b) aided colleges of education B.Ed. students are better than government college students in their attitude towards ICT.
How to cite this article:
J Master Arul Sekar, AS Arul Lawrence. Attitude of B.Ed. students towards information and communication technology (ICT). Int J Appl Res 2015;1(8):785-787.