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Copy of Elementary EFL Teachers’ Computer Phobia and Computer Self-E
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The questionnaire was sent to 300 teachers but only 215 valid questionnaires were collected.
The data were collected over 8 week periods.
The study was conducted to decide the degree of EFL teachers’ computer anxiety and their computer self-efficacy at elementary schools in Taiwan.
Additionally, it was investigated whether there is a relationship between these factors.
Four research questions proposed were in the study
A total of 215 EFL teachers working in different elementary school in Taiwan took part in this study.
90.6 percent of participant was female, and their age groups were mostly between 31 and 50.
Most of the participants had BA degree with the percentage of 61.3.
Years of their working experience changes, mostly between 11 and 20.
A questionnaire including the questions about
anxiety from the scale “EFL Teachers’ Computer Phobia and Computer Self-Efficacy Questionnaire”
computer thoughts from Rosen and Weil’s “Computer Thoughts Survey”
computer self-efficacy from Durndell, Haag and Laithwaite’s “Computer Self-Efficacy Scale”
1. What are the computer phobia levels of Taiwanese elementary EFL teachers?
2. What are the computer self-efficacy levels of Taiwanese elementary EFL teachers?
3. What are the relationships between computer phobia and computer self-efficacy of Taiwanese elementary EFL teachers?
4. Do the computer phobia levels and computer self-efficacy of Taiwanese elementary EFL teachers differ due to their background characteristics?
The participants had computer anxiety in different degrees changing moderate to high, and they had low level of computer self-efficacy.
There is a negative correlation between their computer anxiety and computer self-efficacy.
Teachers who often use computer have lower level of computer anxiety.
Male teachers’ perception of their self-efficacy regarding computer use is higher as compared with females.
Younger teachers rated themselves as higher self-efficacy in relation to computer use and lower level in terms of computer anxiety.