ICTの活用に対する教員志望大学生の意識 : 効力感と機器の利用頻度，活用方法に関する講義，授業での体験との関係
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The attitudes of university students in a teacher training course on ICT utilization
teacher training course
confidence of ICT utilization
The current study sought to investigate the attitudes of university students undertaking a teacher training course on information and communications technology (ICT) utilization. The relationship between confidence in using ICT equipment in educational situations, the frequency of using ICT equipment, the experience of taking lectures on the use of ICT, and the experience of utilizing ICT in classes were examined. The results indicated that students who routinely used personal computers (PCs) had high confidence in preparing lessons, evaluating children, and teaching information-related ethics using ICT. In addition, it was suggested that the experience of taking lectures on how to utilize ICT had a positive effect on confidence in utilizing ICT. Furthermore, classification of responses in a free description task revealed that university students in the teacher training course had a somewhat conservative opinion on the use of ICT in educational institutions. Based on these results, potential improvements in the educational curriculum for the utilization of ICT in the teacher training course were discussed.