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Professional self-efficacy scale for information and computer technology teachers: validity and reliability study

(2015) ANTHROPOLOGIST. 20(1-2). p.22-32
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This study aims at developing a valid and reliable scale to measure information and communication technology (ICT) teachers' self-efficacy related to the Turkish national framework of ICT competencies. For statistical procedures, data were respectively analyzed with exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). Furthermore, test-retest procedure was carried out to confirm the time invariance of the scale. EFA results revealed that the scale's seven-factor structure accounts for 65.90 percent of total variance. CFA results produced an acceptable statistical support for model-data fit between the observed item scores and the seven-dimension scale structure (X-2/df = 1.98, RMSEA = .073, CFI = .86). The standardized regression weights between the latent and observed variables ranged from .57 to .89 and Cronbach's alpha coefficient of the scale sub-dimensions ranged from .80 to .88. Besides, the item-scale correlations varied between values of .53 and .79. As a result, the developed scale is a likert questionnaire and composed of 33 five-point items with seven sub-dimensions.
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ICT Competency, Teacher Self-efficacy, ICT Framework, Technology Leadership, Scale Development, ICT

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Banoglu, Köksal, Ruben Vanderlinde, and Rauf Yildiz. 2015. “Professional Self-efficacy Scale for Information and Computer Technology Teachers: Validity and Reliability Study.” Anthropologist 20 (1-2): 22–32.
APA
Banoglu, Köksal, Vanderlinde, R., & Yildiz, R. (2015). Professional self-efficacy scale for information and computer technology teachers: validity and reliability study. ANTHROPOLOGIST, 20(1-2), 22–32.
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Banoglu K, Vanderlinde R, Yildiz R. Professional self-efficacy scale for information and computer technology teachers: validity and reliability study. ANTHROPOLOGIST. 2015;20(1-2):22–32.
MLA
Banoglu, Köksal, Ruben Vanderlinde, and Rauf Yildiz. “Professional Self-efficacy Scale for Information and Computer Technology Teachers: Validity and Reliability Study.” ANTHROPOLOGIST 20.1-2 (2015): 22–32. Print.
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  author       = {Banoglu, K{\"o}ksal and Vanderlinde, Ruben and Yildiz, Rauf},
  issn         = {0972-0073},
  journal      = {ANTHROPOLOGIST},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-2},
  pages        = {22--32},
  title        = {Professional self-efficacy scale for information and computer technology teachers: validity and reliability study},
  volume       = {20},
  year         = {2015},
}

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