Measure for Assesing Religious Teacher’s Perception of Intention to Adopt Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Measure for Assesing Religious Teacher’s Perception of Intention to Adopt Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Ahmad Shidki Mat Yusoff
Tatvan Vocational School, Bitlis Eren University, Bitlis, Turkey

American journal of educational research and reviewsThis study was conducted to produce empirical evidence of validity and reliability of a set of questionnaire. Questionnaire drawn from the results of previous studies and the validity of the tests will determine whether all aspects of the construct domain were represented, thus ensuring the high objectivity level of the questionnaire. In addition, an alternative approach was used to assess the discriminant validity, using heterotrait-monotrait ratio of correlations. The study empirically proves that the questionnaire used is unchanged by culture. This is important because if not, its use will be restricted to a population in which the questionnaire was developed.

Keywords: Religious Teacher’s Perception, Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

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Ahmad Shidki Mat Yusoff. Measure for Assesing Religious Teacher’s Perception of Intention to Adopt Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews, 2017,2:10. DOI: 10.28933/ajerr-2017-11-1601


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