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The following table shows various perceptions of use of computers and varying responses.

Read
each statement and then circle the number which best shows how you feel. (SD = Strongly
Disagree D = Disagree U = Undecided A = Agree SA = Strongly Agree)
Perceptions SD D U A SA
1. I enjoy doing things on a computer

2. I am tired of using a computer


The challenge of learning about computers is
3.
exciting
4. I concentrate on a computer when I use one

5. I enjoy computer games very much


I would work harder if I could use computers
6.
more often
I know that computers give me opportunities to
7.
learn many new things.
Knowing how to use a computer is a worthwhile
8.
skill
9. I enjoy lessons on the computer
I have a lot of self-confidence when it comes to
10.
working with computers
I believe that it is very important for me to learn
11.
how to use a computer.
12. I feel comfortable working with a computer
I get a sinking feeling when I think of trying to
13.
use a computer.
I think that it takes a long time to finish a task
14.
when I use a computer.
15. Working with a computer makes me nervous

16. Using a computer is very frustrating

17. I will do as little work with computers as possible

18. Computers are difficult to use

19. Computers do not scare me at all


I can learn more from books than from a
20.
computer
Computers are valuable tools that can be used to
21.
improve the quality of education.
Teachers should know how to use computers in
22.
their classrooms.
I believe that the more often teachers use
23.
computers, the more I will enjoy school
If there is a computer in my future classroom, It
24.
would help me to be a better teacher.
I would like to have a computer for use in my
25.
classroom.
If there was a computer in my classroom it would
26.
help me to be a better teacher
27. I enjoy using new tools for instruction.
The people who give me the best idea for
28.
improving teaching tend to know a lot about ICT
I believe textbooks will be replaced by electronic
29.
media.
I believe that the roles of schools will be
30.
dramatically changed because of the internet.
31. Computers could enhance remedial instruction
Computer can be used successfully with courses
32.
which demand creative activities
Computers can help accommodate different
33.
teaching styles
Teacher training should include instructional
34.
applications of computers
35. Computers will relieve teachers of routine duties
Incorporate new ways of organizing student
36.
Learning
Computers can help teachers provide more
37.
individualized feedback to students.
The use of e-mail provides better access to
38.
instructor
Computers help to incorporate new teaching
39.
methods
E-mail is an effective means of disseminating
40.
class information and assignments
I prefer e-mail to traditional class handout as an
41.
information disseminator
The relationship between theory and practice is
42.
strengthened (e.g. through simulations)
Improvement of communication and interaction
43. between instructors and students, and among
students
Lesson delivery is improved and enhanced
44.
(efficiency)
45. Enhances students learning (effectiveness)
Students can access courses, assignments, course
46. outlines e.t.c regardless of location and time
(flexibility in education)
47. Improvement of feedback to students

48. learning becomes fun

49. Students feel more involved in a lesson

50. Provision of a better learning experience


Lack of technical support regarding ICT
51.
integration
52. Lack of support from administration

53. Lack of sufficient ICT training


Limit or no programmes as to what is expected for
54.
teaching with ICT
Schools are unsure as to how effectively to
55.
integrate ICT in teaching
Teachers do not have sufficient time to integrate
56.
ICT
Lack of ICT infrastructure (ie computers,
57.
computer lab, internet) in schools
58. Schools are not interested in integrating ICT
Curriculum does not allow enough time to
59.
integrate ICT in teaching
More technical support is needed to keep the
60.
computers working in schools
Training on pedagogical practices that incorporate
61.
ICT is needed
62. Generic ICT training is irrelevant to teacher needs
Current Reward structure must recognize teachers
63.
using ICT
64. ICT Infrastructure is not easily accessible
Source: http://www.tcet.unt.edu/pubs/studies/survey/caqdesc.htm
* adapted and modified by the researcher