UM

Browse/Search Results:  1-10 of 17 Help

Selected(0)Clear Items/Page:    Sort:
English Textbook Selection in Taiwan: Voices of Two Book Sales Representatives Journal article
Education Research International, 2022,Volume: 2022
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Xuan Van Ha;  Melissa H. Yu
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:0 TC[Scopus]:0 | Submit date:2022/06/07
A person-centered approach to teacher motivation towards information technology: integrating achievement goal and expectancy-value perspectives Journal article
Educational Technology Research and Development, 2022
Authors:  Xu, Jianzhong
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:1 TC[Scopus]:1 | Submit date:2022/05/17
Achievement Goal  Expectancy And Value  Information Technology  Latent Profile Analysis  Teacher Motivation  
Factors affecting the students’ re-use of the electronic learning system (Els) Journal article
Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 2021,Volume: 21,Issue: 3,Page: 43-56
Authors:  Bautista, Reynaldo;  Jeong, Luz Suplico;  Saavedra, Carlo;  Sy-Changco, Joseph
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:0 TC[Scopus]:0 | Submit date:2021/12/08
Behavioral Intention  Electronic Learning System  Motivation  Tam  
Chinese preschool teachers’ income, work-family conflict, organizational commitment, and turnover intention: A serial mediation model Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2021,Volume: 128
Authors:  Li, Xiaowei;  Guo, Yuanfang;  Zhou, Siyu
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:1 TC[Scopus]:2 | Submit date:2021/12/08
Income  Organizational Commitment  Preschool Teachers  Turnover Intention  Work–family Conflict  
Understanding Chinese female university teachers’ intention to pursue a PhD degree: some insights from a Chinese university Journal article
Higher Education, 2021,Volume: 81,Issue: 6,Page: 1347-1366
Authors:  Dai, Hai Min;  Ju, Bei;  Teo, Timothy;  Rappa, Natasha Anne
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:2 TC[Scopus]:2 | Submit date:2021/12/08
Female Faculty  Higher Education  Phd Degree  Theory Of Planned Behavior  
Investigating the influence of individually espoused cultural values on teachers’ intentions to use educational technologies in Chinese universities Journal article
Interactive Learning Environments, 2019,Volume: 27,Issue: 5-6,Page: 813-829
Authors:  Teo, Timothy;  Huang, Fang
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:22 TC[Scopus]:25 | Submit date:2022/05/17
China  culture  intention to use  teachers  Technology acceptance model  
Explicating the influences that explain intention to use technology among English teachers in China Journal article
INTERACTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS, 2019,Volume: 26,Issue: 4,Page: 460-475
Authors:  Timothy Teo;  Fang Huang;  Cathy Ka Weng Hoi
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:59 TC[Scopus]:71 | Submit date:2018/10/30
Intention To Use Technology  English Teacher  China  English As a Foreign Language  Chinese Teachers Of English  Chinese Education Technology  
Investigating pre-service teachers’ acceptance of Web 2.0 technologies in their future teaching: a Chinese perspective Journal article
Interactive Learning Environments, 2019,Volume: 27,Issue: 4,Page: 530-546
Authors:  Timothy Teo;  Guoyuan Sang;  Bing Mei;  Cathy Ka Weng Hoi
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:46 TC[Scopus]:49 | Submit date:2019/09/13
China  Ict  Pre-service Teachers  Technology Acceptance  Web 2.0  
Students and Teachers' Intention to Use Technology: Assessing Their Measurement Equivalence and Structural Invariance Journal article
Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2019,Volume: 57,Issue: 1,Page: 201-225
Authors:  Teo, Timothy
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:28 TC[Scopus]:33 | Submit date:2022/04/15
Intention To Use Technology  Measurement Equivalence  Structural Invariance  Students  Tam  Teachers  
Toward an Understanding of Preservice English as a Foreign Language Teachers' Acceptance of Computer-Assisted Language Learning 2.0 in the People's Republic of China Journal article
JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING RESEARCH, 2018,Volume: 56,Issue: 1,Page: 74-104
Authors:  Mei, Bing;  Brown, Gavin T. L.;  Teo, Timothy
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:52 TC[Scopus]:58 | Submit date:2018/10/30
English as a foreign language  computer-assisted language learning  Web 2.0  preservice teachers  technology acceptance  technological pedagogical content knowledge model