Teacher’s Attitude towards Information Technology In Relation To Their Gender, Locality and Type of School
International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub,
2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue ICARD-2021 3S, Pages 92-95
AbstractThe purpose of conducting this study was to find out the teacher’s attitude towards Information Technology (IT) in relation to their Gender, Locality and Type of School. A sample of 100 secondary school teachers working in government and private schools of district Jalandhar was selected through Stratified Random Sampling technique. Attitude Scale towards Information Technology for Teachers (ASTITT-NI) by Nasrin and Islahi (2012) was used for data collection. Mean, SD and t-test were used to compare the attitude towards information technology of male and female, rural and urban, government and private secondary school teachers. The findings of the study revealed that i) there is no significant difference in the attitude of male and female secondary school teachers towards Information Technology ii) Significant difference was found in the attitude of secondary school teachers from rural and urban areas towards information technology. iii) Significant difference was found in the attitude of private and government secondary school teachers towards Information Technology. Private school teachers were found to possess higher level of favourable attitude towards Information technology as compared to government senior secondary school teachers.
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