Assessing Technological Self-Efficacy to Support Student Learning
Technology usage is a vital, and often expected, prerequisite for student engagement and learning. Knowledge of various technologies is assumed, but is that really the case? One way to examine this is by surveying Technological Self-Efficacy (TSE), or one’s belief in their ability to complete a technological task. This poster will discuss the usage of a TSE instrument, the results, and how that data was used to support student technological learning outside of the classroom.