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EEO. 2020; 19(2): 1446-1456

Effectiveness Of Online Professional Development Programmeon Teachers’ Sense Of Efficacy In Relation To Their Attitude Towards Technology

Anu Sandeep kaur, Dr Asha Yadav.


The purpose of the present study was to find the effectiveness of online professional development programme on teachers’ Sense of Efficacy in relation to their attitude towards technology. The sample for the study selected from the rural schools in-service school teachers working in rural area in CBSE affiliated schools of Bathinda District in Punjab.The in-service teachers selected through simple random sampling technique.Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy scale standardized by (Tschannen - Moran and Woolfolk Hoy2001) and Attitude towards information technology for teachers developed by Dr Nasrin and Dr Fatima Islahi(2012) was administered to collect the data. The study was Experimental in nature .2x2 Facorial Design was emolyed in the study to collect the data.Descriptive and inferential statistics was applied and collected data was analyzed by using mean,median, mode standard deviation and t-test .The results of the study indicated that the participant teachers attended five days online professional development had higher teachers’ sense of efficacy in relation to their attitude towards technology than the teachers attended traditional professional development. Further the findings of the study revealed significant difference in the in-service teachers’ Sense of efficacy in relation to their attitude towards technology afterattending online professional development programme.

Key words: Online Professional Development, In-service Teachers, Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy, Attitude towards Technology

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