Nurturing the integration of technology in education / Eğitimde teknoloji entegrasyonu

Thomas G. RYAN, Gillian BAGLEY
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Bu çalışmada, eğitimde teknoloji entegrasyonunun dış ve iç engelleri aşmak için bir mücadele olarak anlaşılabilceği ve karakterize edilebileceğini savunmaktayız. Dış engeller teknolojinin sürekli değişen doğasını, donanım ve yazılım eksikliğini; yetersiz mesleki gelişimi ve süregelen teknolojik desteği içermektedir. İç engeller kişisel sıkıntı, endişe ve kullanıcı güveni eksikliği ile sonuçlanabilen teknoloji kullanımı ile ilişkili kişisel inançları, algıları ve anlayışı kapsamaktadır

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teknoloji, entegrasyon, değişim, engeller

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