Teachers’ Attitude and Integration of ICT in the Teaching Process: A Case of Selected Secondary Schools in Sheema District.
This study was hinged on the investigation of the influence of teachers’ attitude and integration of ICT in the teaching process: a case of selected secondary schools in Sheema District. The study focused on three main objectives: to examine the level of integration of ICT in the teaching process; to find out the challenges of teachers’ attitude on the integration of ICT in teaching process; and to establish the strategies to enhance teachers’ attitude on the integration of ICT in teaching process in selected secondary schools in Sheema district. The study adopted both qualitative and quantitative research approaches with a sample size of 152, which included 12 school administrators (principals) and 140 teachers selected randomly. Data were collected through questionnaires, interview and documentary analysis. Data was analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. The study discovered that,there was low level of ICT integration in teaching process and also, the challenges of teacher’s attitude were due to incompetence, lack of skills, limited ICT facilities and unease regarding use of ICT. High positive linear correlation was observed at r= +0.907. This was a high positive relationship with P <0.000.This showed there was a positive significant relationship between teachers’ attitude and ICT integration in teaching process. The study then concluded that creation of ICT infrastructure, training of teachers, provision of internet and governmental funding can enhance teachers’ attitude and the level of ICT integration in teaching process in Sheema District.
Asiimwe, Joel Owakubariho (2023). Teachers’ Attitude and Integration of ICT in the Teaching Process: A Case of Selected Secondary Schools in Sheema District. Kabale: kabale University.