TITLE

OBSTÁCULOS PERCIBIDOS PARA LA INTEGRACIÓN DE LAS TIC POR LOS PROFESORES DE INFANTIL Y PRIMARIA EN EXTREMADURA

AUTHOR(S)
Casquero, Gerardo Barrantes; García, Luis M. Casas; González, Ricardo Luengo
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Pixel-Bit, Revista de Medios y Educacion;jul2011, Issue 39, p83
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article, part of a much broader research, aims to present the perceived barriers to the integration of ICT in education by preschool and primaryteachers of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura (Spain). The results obtained by factor analysis of data from a sample of 567 teachers, indicate that for them, the main obstacles are lack of time, lack of competence, and lack of computers in the classroom. We have also identified three dimensions that we call infrastructure and material barriers, training barriers and curriculum and organization barriers.
ACCESSION #
64886373

 

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