An Analysis of the Reliability and Validity of Personal Internet Teaching Efficacy Beliefs Scale
Keywords: Science, Education, Internet
AbstractThis study validated a Personal Internet Teaching Efficacy Beliefs Scale (called PITEBS) with a sample of 389 inservice teachers who were participants in an Internet based professional development project. The scale was then used to assess changes in self-efficacy beliefs among 155 participants of summer workshops. The PITEBS appears ready to be utilized for future research and evaluation studies.
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