Ortaöğretim Öğrencilerinin Dijital Yerlilik Özellikleri Değerlendirmelerinin İncelenmesi

Berrin Doğusoy, Gülriz İmer

Abstract


Bu araştırma lise öğrencilerinin dijital yerlilik seviyelerinin farklı değişkenlere (cinsiyet, sınıf düzeyi, bilgisayar kullanım yılı, internet kullanım yılı) göre incelenmesini amaçlamaktadır. Araştırmada nicel araştırma yöntemlerinden betimsel tarama modeli kullanılmıştır. Araştırmanın örneklemini Mersin İlindeki 3 lisede öğrenim görmekte olan 769 lise öğrencisi oluşturmaktadır. Veri toplama aracı olarak Teo (2013) tarafından geliştirilen Dijital Yerlilik Özelliklerini değerlendirme ölçeğinin (DNAS), Teo, Kabakçı-Yurdakul ve Ursavaş (2016) tarafından Türkçe ’ye uyarlanan versiyonu kullanılmıştır. Araştırmanın bulguları, lise öğrencilerinin dijital yerlilik özelliklerini gösterme düzeylerinin ortanın üstünde/ yüksek bir seviyede olduğunu göstermektedir. Öğrencilerin dijital yerlilik düzeyleri cinsiyet açısından anlamlı bir farklılık göstermemesine rağmen, sınıf düzeyinde anlamlı bir farklılık ortaya çıkmıştır. En yüksek dijital yerlilik puanına sahip olan grubun 10. Sınıflar ve en düşük dijital yerlilik puanına sahip grubun ise 11. sınıflar olduğu görülmektedir. Bunun yanı sıra, öğrencilerin bilgisayar kullanım yılı ve internet kullanım yılları değişkenlerine göre dijital yerlilik düzeylerinde anlamlı bir farklılık olduğu ortaya çıkmıştır. Kullanım yılı fazla olan öğrencilerin daha yüksek dijital yerlilik puanına sahip olduğu görülmüştür.

Keywords


Dijital yerli, Lise öğrencileri, Betimsel tarama modeli

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