Determining a Mobile Internet Acceptance Model of Special Education Teacher Candidates
Keywords:Mobile Internet, teacher candidates, special education
This is the general aim study is to determine the mobile Internet acceptance model of special education teacher candidates. A quantitative method is employed in the study. The research is conducted during the spring semester of 2016–2017. The study group consists of teacher candidates studying at the Department of Special Education at the Faculty of Education. Total of 107 teacher candidates participated in the study. ‘Mobile Internet use scale’ was administered to the special education teacher candidates. Data collected via online survey. The collected data was analyzed with SPSS program. To analyze the data collected through mobile Internet use scale, frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, minimum and maximum values, Kruskal–Wallis H-test and t-test were conducted. The results of the study reveal that the mobile Internet acceptance model of special education teacher candidates is positive.
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