Global and Lokal Distance Education - GLOKALde January 2015, ISSN 2148-7278
Volume: 1 Number: 1, Article 3
TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS USE OF ICT IN TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL INSTITUTES
In this study the group of teachers working in technical colleges and non-technical colleges both are selected to find out their attitudes towards use of ICT as their instructional resources in classrooms. As it is the fact that normally in technical colleges the teachers themselves have quite a good knowledge and are well aware with new technologies and therefore for these teachers the use of ICT as their instructional resource is not a big deal whereas the teachers of non-technical background may or may not be well aware of these new technological issues and therefore for these teachers it can be little difficult to adopt ICT as their instructional resources and they feel more convenient with the traditional mode of instructions in classrooms. Results revealed that there is a significant difference between the Mean attitude scores towards use of ICT of technical and non-technical institute teachers.