Specifically, this study compared pre-service teachers' self-efficacy, outcome expectations, intentions (internal factors) and perceived school climate (external factor) for technology integration in education in these countries.
The results of confirmatory factor analysis in this study supported the construct validity of the scale in all three samples.
Powering these devices autonomously is critical with requirements for long life, high reliability, high energy density, and safety placed on the energy source.In this presentation, a comparative review of available energy sources will be given, including conventional batteries, supercapacitors, and solid state batteries (including our product roadmap of small footprint solid state batteries).This study sought to examine the validity and reliability of the Teacher Technology Integration Survey (TTIS).Previous instruments have sought to separately measure teacher technology use, self-efficacy, attitudes, or beliefs.The largest actual–preferred discrepancy was order (students) and inquiry learning (teachers).
TICI offers additional utilities for technology-enriched science leaning environments.
More than 1,100 seventh through ninth grade science students validated the instrument, revealing eight scales: technological enrichment, inquiry learning, equity and friendliness, student cohesiveness, understanding and encouragement, competition and efficacy, audiovisual environment, and order, with alpha reliabilities ranging between 0.69 and 0.91 (0.93 for the entire questionnaire).
In measuring actual and preferred learning environments, TICI results indicated that both students and teachers ranked equity and friendliness highest.
In contrast, the TTIS attempts to measure teacher technology integration, which encompasses risk-taking behaviors and comfort with technology; perceived benefits of using classroom technology; beliefs and behaviors about classroom technology use; technology support and access; teacher technology use for communication, instruction and instructional support purposes; and facilitation of student technology use. Results indicate that the TTIS provides a reliable and multi-dimensional measure of teacher technology integration.
Next-generation cochlear implants: recent developments and emerging trends Hongsoo Choi, Ph D Associate Professor Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) Cochlear implants (CIs) are currently the most common solutions for sensorineural hearing loss caused by damage to hair cells in the cochlea.
The damage usually results from the loss of the hair cells in the organ of Corti, which is on the basilar membrane.