Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 4(2), pp. 416 - 421
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040215
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Evaluation of Sports Trainers Perceptions on Computer Aided Education Related to the Attitudes toward Learning


Talha Murathan 1, Oktay Kaya 2,*
1 School of Physical Education and Sports, Ardahan University, Turkey
2 School of Physical Education and Sports, Kafkas University, Turkey

ABSTRACT

Technologic developments have – the same as they have done it in every sector- influenced the education system. These influences have forced to use the computer in the education-training applications within the education system. The aim of this research is to determine, compare, and examine the influences on the conduct for learning of sport educators towards their perceptions of Computer Aided Education. In this context the perception levels of sport educators related with computer aided education was revealed, the risk factors and their conduct for learning was determined. Furthermore, the variables which might affect their conduct for learning with computer aided education were determined. The population of research was composed of sport educators in Turkey. The sample group was composed of 616 male and 278 female sports educators in the school year 2012-2013. The obtained data was analyzed using SPSS 17.0 statistical package program. In the end of this research, it had been seen that the perception of sport educators of computer aided education was above the average. Also it was concluded that significant differences exist on sub-dimensions toward their conduct for learning. Relationship between perceptions of sport educators towards computer-aided education in terms of conduct for learning were above average, also has a strong, positively and significantly relationship were determined (r = 0.596).

KEYWORDS
Computer Aided Education, Sport Educators, Conduct for Learning

Cite this paper
Talha Murathan , Oktay Kaya . "Evaluation of Sports Trainers Perceptions on Computer Aided Education Related to the Attitudes toward Learning." Universal Journal of Educational Research 4.2 (2016) 416 - 421. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040215.