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This study aimed to determine candidate teachers’ tendency to the use of technology. A total of 293 candidate teachers participated in this study in which a quantitative method was used. The findings obtained from the research indicated that the candidate teachers’ tendency to the use of technology was high. Another finding in a different research revealed that sex and the departments the candidate teachers studying in did not indicate any significant difference related to the use of technology. However, their level of age showed a significant difference in their behavioral tendency to the use of technology.
Keywords: Candidate teachers, technology, higher education.
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