Social isolation and self-efficacy among graduating high school students who transitioned to online school

A descriptive/correlational study: social isolation and self-efficacy among graduating high school students who transitioned to online school.

Social isolation and self-efficacy among graduating high school students who transitioned to online school

A descriptive/correlational study: social isolation and self-efficacy among graduating high school students who transitioned to online school.

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This study sought to evaluate the self-efficacy of teachers with regard to the integration of
technology within the curriculum. The purpose of this study was to determine if there is a
relationship between teachers’ self-efficacy within the classroom and also their ability to integrate the
technology available in the classroom.

A quantitative, correlational study was perform. The sample was a convenience sample of 64 instructors at the middle grade level of a South Georgia school district. Middle school teachers were survey at one point in time, using Media and also Technology Usage Attitude Scale (MTUAS) and the Teachers’ Sense of Self- Efficacy Scale.
Once the data was attained, the data was analyzed using Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation
Coefficient.

The study determined that there is not a statistically significant relationship between teacher self-efficacy and also the ability to integrate technology within the classroom. There was also no significant relationship between teacher self-efficacy and smartphone usage, internet usage, social media usage, text messaging, and email. It was suggest ed that a study be conduct with a larger sample.

Keywords: technology, self-efficacy, social media, professional develop

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