Technology Integration Questionnaire

SECTION I: Demographic Information

What is your gender?

What is your age?
  less than 25 years
  25-35 years
  above 35 years

What is your department?
  Electrical engineering
  Civil engineering
  Mechanical enginnering
  Business administration

Number of training hours attended
  0 hour
  less than 20 hours
  20 - 40 hours
  more than 40 hours

Your level of technology proficiency
  Beginner (I am able to perform basic functions in a limited number of computer applications)
  Average (I demonstrate a general competency in a number of computer applications).
  Advanced (I have acquired the ability to competently use a broad

SECTION II: Your Professional Views towards the Use of Computer Technology in the Classroom

Please rate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements!

I believe the integration of computer technology into teaching ...
  Strongly Disagree Disagree Uncertain Agree Strongly Agree
  1 2 3 4 5
Can increase students' academic achievement (e.g. grades).
Cannot promote student collaboration
Promotes the development of students' communication skills (e.g., writing and presentation skills).
Is a valuable instructional tool
Makes me become less useful as an educator because computers can provide most things students need
Gives me the opportunity to be learning facilitators instead of information providers.
Limits my choice of instructional materials
Enhances my professional development
Eases the pressure on me as a teacher.
Cannot accommodate students' personal learning styles.
Motivates students to get more involved in learning activities.
Can provide me with easy access to instructional materials.
Promotes the development of students' interpersonal skills (e.g., ability to relate or work with others).
Will enhance the amount of stress and anxiety students' experience.
Is not useful for improving student learning of critical concepts and ideas.
Is effective only when extensive computer resources are available.
Is difficult because some students know more about computers than many teachers do.
Makes classroom management more difficult.

SECTION III: Your Process of Integration

Please indicate how frequently computer technologies are integrated into your teaching activities for each of the uses listed below!

  Never Rarely Sometimes Often Vey Often
  1 2 3 4 5
Instructional (e.g., drill, practice, tutorials)
Communicative (e.g., e-mail, computer conferencing, LCD projector)
Organizational (e.g., data base, spreadsheets, record keeping, lesson plan).
Analytical/Programming (e.g., statistics, charting, graphing, drafting)
Recreational (e.g., games)
Expansive (e.g., simulations, experiments, brainstorming)
Creative (e.g., desktop publishing, digital video, digital camera, scanners)
Expressive (e.g., word processing, on-line journal)
Evaluative (e.g., assignments, portfolio, testing)
Informative (e.g., internet, CD-ROM)

SECTION IV: Your views on the present conditions which may impact on the potential contribution of technology integration program.

Rate the extent to which you disagree or agree with the following statements!

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Uncertain Agree Strongly Agree
  1 2 3 4 5
Insufficient number of computer labs
Insufficient number of computers in classrooms
Technology not adequate/not up-to-date
Teacher's lack of computer skills
Teacher's lack of interest in computers or using technology in teaching and learning
Teacher's lack of experience with technology
Internet connection unreliable
Inadequate number of technical staff
Lack of incentives/rewards
Teachers' lack of time for their computer supported teaching

SECTION V: Further Comments

Do you have further comments about the computer integration program at PSP?

Will you be available for follow-up interviews?

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