Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on New Ideas in Management, Economics and Accounting
ICT in the Educational Process: Teachers’ Perceptions based on their Age and Years of Service
Anastasia Kollia, Vaggelis Saprikis and Ioannis Antoniadis
Contemporary education has been greatly influenced by the advancements of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). The provided ICT solutions enhance learning environments and offer teachers numerous opportunities. However, although ICT can enhance education quality, there are several factors that impact on the ICT adaptation into the educational process. This study explores the degree of ICT use in the teaching process. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate whether teachers’ age and their years of service influence their perceptions of educational technology in Greek public schools. Three hundred and thirty-three teachers, who work in public schools of Western Macedonia, participated in the study. Results are expected to provide tangible insights to help both education community and academia.
Keywords: ICT, education, teachers’ ICT perceptions, age, years of service.