Journal of International Development and Cooperation Volume 27 Issue 1-2
2021-03-01 発行

Cambodian Teacher Educators’ Attitudes towards the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education: Trends and Patterns

HUN, Ravy
KAO, Sovansophal
The effective use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can improve educational quality, especially develop the 21st century skills. Whether teachers use ICT in their teaching or not depends on their attitudes towards the use of ICT. The purposes of the study were to investigate the trends and patterns of Cambodian basic education teacher educators’ attitudes towards the use of ICT. The total sample of 135 teacher educators from both Phnom Penh Teacher Education College and Battambang Teacher Education College were purposively selected to participate in the survey. The findings indicated that teacher educators had a positive attitude towards the use of ICT. They had very high intention towards the use of ICT compared to their emotion and belief. There were significant differences across gender, computer experience, and ICT training while their age did not. To enhance teacher educators’ attitudes, the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport (MoEYS) of Cambodia should consider the provision of sufficient ICT training so as to equip them with more computer experience before being able to use it in their teaching and learning process.
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