Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation

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Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ jamc.2018.04.002

In-service teachers’ attitudes toward and usage of information communication technology (ICT) tools in professional practice; a study of an international school in Bangkok, Thailand

Ziaul Abedin Forhad*
Graduate School of Education and Human Sciences, Assumption University, Hua Mak Campus 592 Ram Khamhaeng Rd., Soi 24 Hua Mak, Bangkok 10240, Thailand

*Corresponding author: Ziaul Abedin Forhad
Email: zforhad@gmail.com
Published: April 14,2018

Abstract

Information Communication technology (ICT) tools are referred by each and every invention of the modern society that have been considered as the key strand for teaching and learning process. Using ICT tools in their professional practice, countless in-service teachers are developing their students’ learning process effectively in many countries around the world. The purpose of this study is: a) to explore the attitudes toward ICT tools of in-service teachers of an international school in Bangkok and b) to analyze the usage of ICT tools in their professional practice. The study revealed that, majority of the in-service teachers cherishing positive attitude toward ICT tools, but significant number of in-service teachers are not using ICT tools adequately in their professional practice. Plausible reasoning for this discrepancy is discussed.

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In-service teachers' attitudes toward and usage of information communication technology (ICT) tools in professional practice; a study of an international school in Bangkok, Thailand

How to cite this paper: Forhad, Z. A. (2018) In-service teachers' attitudes toward and usage of information communication technology (ICT) tools in professional practice; a study of an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2(4), 116-135.
http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ jamc.2018.04.002