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Title: Students’ attitudes towards information and communication technology (ict) education (special reference to advanced level students of 1ab schools in Trincomalee Division.)
Authors: Priyadharsan, Subathini
Sivasenthuran, S
Keywords: ICT education
Issue Date: Oct-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce South Eastern University of Sri Lanka Oluvil # 32360 Sri Lanka
Citation: Journal of management Volume XI No. pp 82-93. 1 October 2014
Abstract: of life. In Trincomalee zone, according to the pass level rate below 50% of students are passed in ICT education in 2011. Based on that researcher want to be identify factors influencing towards ICT education or not. The objectives are to identify the factors affecting the ICT education, to identify which factor has highly influenced towards ICT education, to identify the impact of social group influence on ICT education and to provide the suggestion to develop towards ICT Education. Conceptual variables are resource availability, personal Interest, global Trend on ICT, outcomes and impact of ICT education. 200 Advance Level students were taken as sample from all seven 1AB Schools in the Trincomalee zonal division. The findings of the research are all the variables are moderately supportedin the research. Suggestion are proper trainings should be provided to the existing teachers to get better outcomes and impact.
ISSN: 1391-8230
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