An examination of Everett M. Rogersas (1995) Theory of the Diffusion of Innovations suggests that there is a positive relationship among studentsa attitudes, perceptions, and expectations toward instructional technology in relation to the diffusion of innovations. Furthermore, the evidence shows that there is a very high correlation between acceptance of diffusion and studentsa attitudes, acceptance of diffusion and studentsa perceptions, and acceptance of diffusion and studentsa expectations toward instructional technology. The relative advantage of an innovation can be influenced by social prestige, convenience, and satisfaction with an innovation.Kilpatrick developed the aProject Methoda in an effort to present a purposeful approach to instruction. ... She trained a resident teacher for each school, selected the instruction materials, and devised techniques derived partly from Edward Seguin, a French ... According to Saettler (1968), the instructional materials used by the children were self-corrective so that learners could discover their own mistakesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Students' Attitudes, Perceptions, and Expectations Toward Instructional Technology in Higher Education|
|Author||:||Mamie L. Johnson|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011-06|