Accesibilidad, autoeficacia y actitudes de docentes hacia las tecnologías como apoyo a la enseñanza
Claudia Gabriela Arreola-Olivarría
Instituto Tecnológico de Sonora
Javier José Vales-García
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9805-4039
María Teresa Fernández-Nistal
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8006-3199
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Palabras clave

actitudes docentes
autoeficacia
accesibilidad
educación primaria
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Resumen

El estudio se propuso como objetivo analizar las relaciones entre la accesibilidad de las tecnologías en las escuelas, la autoeficacia de los docentes para utilizar las TIC y sus actitudes hacia integrar estos recursos como apoyo a la enseñanza. De forma no probabilística se seleccionaron a 170 docentes de primaria, 79.5% de sexo femenino y 20.5% del masculino (M = 37 años, DE = 8.95 años). Se calculó un modelo de regresión lineal múltiple.  Se encontró que tanto la accesibilidad como la autoeficacia se relacionaron positivamente con las actitudes de los docentes hacia las tecnologías. Se concluyó que existen factores contextuales y personales que influyen en las actitudes de los docentes hacia las tecnologías. 
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