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Table 6 Regression models testing the moderation effects of teachers’ age, gender, and their interaction on the relation between TEDDICS and CSE

From: The relation between teachers’ emphasis on the development of students’ digital information and communication skills and computer self-efficacy: the moderating roles of age and gender

Predictors
Dependent variable
TEDDICS factors
Accessing digital information Evaluating digital information Sharing & communicating digital information
Estimate and 95 % CI
 Computer self-efficacy: basic operational skills
  Age .079 [−.175, .334] −.006 [−.064, .053] −.076 [−.398, .247]
  Gender .984 [−.407, 2.375] .037 [−.494, .568] .637 [−1.016, 2.290]
  CSE .204 [−1.614, 2.021] .012 [−4.144, 4.167] 1.824 [−4.052, 7.699]
  Age × gender −.015 [−.045, .015] −.001 [−.009, .008] −.010 [−.045, .025]
  Age × CSE 1.065 [−.363, 2.494] .277 [−3.736, 4.290] 4.746 [.216, 9.276]
  Gender × CSE 6.204 [−3.933, 16.341] 1.993 [−32.942, 36.927] 38.501 [−2.049, 79.051]
  Age × gender × CSE −.123 [−.318, .072] −.036 [−.620, .547] −.739 [−1.539, .062]
 Computer self-efficacy: advanced operational and collaboration skills
  Age .129 [−.174, .432] −.046 [−.462, .370] .086 [−.233, .405]
  Gender .864 [−.255, 1.982] .558 [−1.570, 2.685] 1.100 [−.623, 2.823]
  CSE .227 [−.069, .522] .236 [−.158, .631] .493 [.207, .780]
  Age × gender −.010 [−.035, .016] −.001 [−.045, .042] −.015 [−.051, .021]
  Age × CSE .247 [−.026, .520] .103 [−.238, .443] .232 [.010, .453]
  Gender × CSE .958 [−.605, 2.522] −.148 [−1.944, 1.649] .463 [−.890, 1.815]
  Age × gender × CSE −.018 [−.049, .013] .008 [−.028, .043] −.012 [−.040, .016]
 Computer self-efficacy: instructional purposes
  Age .118 [−.140, .375] −.019 [−.404, .365] −.049 [−.323, .225]
  Gender 1.163 [−.396, 2.722] .839 [−1.508, 3.186] .738 [−.811, 2.287]
  CSE .205 [−.002, .412] .300 [−.090, .690] .224 [.048, .400]
  Age × gender −.016 [−.049, .018] −.015 [−.062, .032] −.009 [−.041, .023]
  Age × CSE .121 [.005, .236] .153 [−.109, .414] .159 [−.011, .330]
  Gender × CSE .365 [−.382, 1.113] .401 [−1.224, 2.026] .674 [−.376, 1.724]
  Age × gender × CSE −.005 [−.021, .010] −.006 [−.037, .026] −.009 [−.031, .012]
  1. The table shows the unstandardized regression coefficients and their 95 % confidence intervals. Statistically significant coefficients are written in italics figures