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Sidi, Yael; Blau, Ina; Eshet-Alkalai, Yoram – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
Academic dishonesty has been growing in both digital and analog settings. The present study aimed to generalize the ethical dissonance index (EDI), which was established in a sample of Israeli school students as the gap between the pervasiveness of academic dishonesty and its perceived legitimacy. Furthermore, the study examined how technology,…
Descriptors: Cheating, Individual Differences, Information Technology, Role
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Redmond, Petrea; Peled, Yehuda – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
The ubiquitous nature of technology in the world has not yet translated into the ubiquitous use of technology to transform learning and teaching. Teachers lack the confidence and competence to integrate technology across a broad range of tools within a range of contexts. Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) has become a common…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Gender Differences, Secondary School Teachers
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Blau, Ina; Presser, Ofer – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2013
In recent years, school management systems have become an important tool for effective e-leadership and data-based decision making. School management systems emphasize information flow and e-communication between teachers, students and parents. This study examines e-leadership by secondary-school principals through the Mashov school management…
Descriptors: Principals, School Administration, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Francis, Leslie; And Others – British Journal of Educational Technology, 1996
Eysenck's model of personality maintains that personality differences can be expressed in terms of neuroticism, extraversion, and psychoticism. A sample of 298 female undergraduates in Israel demonstrated that a more positive attitude towards computers was associated with higher scores on psychoticism (impersonality) and lower scores on…
Descriptors: Computer Anxiety, Computer Attitudes, Extraversion Introversion, Females