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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 9, Part E (2015)

Blending Technology with Physical Science Teaching By Prospective Teachers

Author(s)
Ampili Aravind, Sandhya Kumar
Abstract
The 21st century teaching, particularly science teaching warrants the use of high end technology enabled tools and techniques. The creation of digital lesson plans, blogs, presentations have now become an inevitable element in science teaching and learning. This paper briefly describes the technology integration of prospective physical science teachers in their classrooms. Selected web 2.0 tools and their integration in physical science teaching by the prospective teachers were studied using a competence scale. The statistical techniques include t-test and ANOVA. The gender and type of management of the prospective teachers were the subsamples of the study. The sample for the study consisted of 200 prospective physical science teachers studying in various government, aided, university centers and self financing institutions. The findings reveal that the physical science teachers differ significantly with respect to their gender on integrating technology into physical science teaching.
Pages: 275-277  |  706 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ampili Aravind, Sandhya Kumar. Blending Technology with Physical Science Teaching By Prospective Teachers. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(9):275-277.
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