Master of Arts (M.A.)
This study examined Greek parents' perceptions of technology in childrensÌ education. A phenomenological research design was necessary for perceiving computer technology from parents Ìperspective. Interviews were conducted in a sample consisted of 10 Greek parents, who all had experiences with computers. The findings indicated that parents of middle SES have in general positive attitudes towards computers in students Ìeducation. Negative attitudes were not identified in middle SES participants, except of some concerns. Two worrying implications were drawing from the findings-regarding the gender stereotypes and parents Ìparticipation in childrensÌ education. Recommendations are included based on the findings.
Kargioti, Chrysoula, "Greek parents' perceptions of technology in children's education" (2005). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 375.