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2017, Cilt 7, Sayı 1, Sayfa(lar) 059-066
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DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2017.184
A Model for Pre-Service Teachers’ Intention to Use Interactive White Boards in Their Future Lessons
Özlem BAYDAŞ1, Rabia Meryem YILMAZ2
1Giresun University, Faculty of Education, Computer Education & Instructional Technology, Giresun, Turkey
2Atatürk University, Kazım Karabekir Education Faculty, Department of Computer Education & Instructional Technology, Erzurum, Turkey
Keywords: Interactive white boards, Technology acceptance model, Pre-service teachers, UTAUT Model

This study aims to propose a model for determining teacher candidates’ intentions to use interactive white boards in their future lessons. To this end, the factors that affect behavioral intentions of teacher candidates and the types of relations between these factors were discovered through the use of Structural Equation Modeling. The participants of the study consisted of 153 senior students in Faculty of Education at Atatürk University. The results showed that the model developed in the study explained 44% of variance in teacher candidates’ intentions to use interactive white boards in their future lessons. According to this model, the factors of performance expectancy and social influence had an impact on the behavioral intentions of teacher candidates. While the factor of effort expectancy did not affect behavioral intentions significantly, it was revealed that the factors of effort expectancy and social influence played a role in performance expectancy. In this respect, a focus during pre-service teacher education on the functions of interactive white boards in teaching and learning, their positive outputs and the issues related to practice is essential for designing effective course content of interactive computer technology.

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