FACTORS AFFECTING COMPETENCE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER

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Abstract


The purpose of this study is to obtain information concerning with factor that effected Teachers’ information technology competency of vocational high school. Research was conducted in Medan by using a survey method  involved 245 teachers of 12 state vocational middle  schools as respondents who were selected by proportionate random sampling. This research was found  teachers’  information technology competency can be improved by enhancing teachers’ interpersonal communication, the use of information technology equipment, teachers’ perception of information technology and teachers’ self improvement.


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