This study aims to evaluate secondary school teachers' attitudes
towards technology in terms of various variables. The study attempts to reveal
attitudes of teachers towards technology and influence of some variables like
gender, self-efficacy, branch, in-service training and the level of education.
Technology is becoming more widespread and important in education. The
Ministry of National Education (MEB) started the Movement to Increase
Opportunities and Technology (FATIH) project. FATIH project is one of the most
comprehensive projects developed around the world in order to benefit from
technological developments and to have a contemporary human resource.
When the studies done in the field of education and technology are examined, it
can be seen that they are generally focused on adaptation of technology and
students’ perspectives. However, a change without teachers is not possible
even with technological developments. Thus, attitudes and approaches of
secondary school teachers towards technology are gaining importance since
students see teachers as their role models in their most critical period of
development. For this reason, it is important to evaluate secondary school
teachers' attitudes towards technology in terms of some variables. In this
study, the general survey model was used. The population of the study was
secondary school teachers working in Sivas during the 2017-2018 academic year.
The sample of the study consisted of 200 secondary school teachers and they
were selected randomly. In this study, the Scale for Pre-Service Teachers’
Attitudes towards Technology, developed by Aydın and Karaa (2013) and
consisting of 17 items, and Personal Information Form (PIF), developed by the
researcher himself by consulting expert opinions, have been used to collect
data. SPSS 25 package program has been used in the analysis of the data.
Arithmetic mean, t-test and ANOVA analysis methods have been carried out in
the analysis of the data.