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Presentation
Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Instructional Technology Graduate Students During a Capstone Experience
Roundtable session at the Meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (2011)
  • Charles B. Hodges, Georgia Southern University
  • Elizabeth Downs, Georgia Southern University
Abstract

The purpose of this presentation is to report the results of a qualitative study investigating changes during a practicum course in graduate students’ self-efficacy beliefs to perform as instructional technologists. Within-case and cross-case analyses of journal entries are being performed in an attempt to build a general explanation of how the practicum experience effected the students’ self-efficacy beliefs to perform in a real-world context. A complete description of the practicum course will be provided.

Keywords
  • Practicum course,
  • Graduate students,
  • Self-efficacy,
  • Instructional technology,
  • Journal entries
Publication Date
November, 2011
Citation Information
Charles B. Hodges and Elizabeth Downs. "Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Instructional Technology Graduate Students During a Capstone Experience" Roundtable session at the Meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/elizabeth_downs/9/