COMPUTER SELF-EFFICACY AMONG PROSPECTIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO GENDER AND ACADEMIC STREAM By Dr. Reena and Dr. Vishal Sood

Abstract

The main aim of the present investigation was to study computer self-efficacy among prospective secondary school teachers with respect to gender and academic stream. For conducting this study, a sample of 850 prospective secondary school teachers from 38 B.Ed. colleges was selected by adopting stratified random sampling technique. Data were collected from prospective secondary school teachers with the help of Computer Self-Efficacy Scale developed by Sood and Reena (2017). Mean, S.D. and t- test was used for analyzing the data. The findings of the study revealed that female prospective secondary school teachers had shown significantly high computer self-efficacy as compared to male prospective secondary school teachers. Similarly, prospective secondary school teachers of science stream possessed significantly more computer self-efficacy as compared to prospective secondary school teachers of arts stream. In the end of the paper, implications of the study have been discussed.

Keywords: Computer self-efficacy, Prospective secondary school teachers. 

[1] Assistant Professor, Abhilashi College of Education, Ner-Chowk, Mandi-175008

[2] Assistant Professor (Education), H. P. University, Shimla-171005

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