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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between job performances of Technology Information Communications in public schools is an area of one Tabriz. The model in this study in relation to job performance According to Patterson (1992) in four dimensions, discipline at work, a sense of responsibility at work, co-operate, improve and Technology Information Communications at 7 pm; individual, attitudinal factors, educational factors, technological factors, economic factors, environmental factors, human factors and management have been considered. In addition, in this regard, a main hypothesis and four hypothesis is set. To test the hypothesis, job performance questionnaire, with 16 questions and Technology Information Communications questionnaire with 66 questions, the validity and reliability of the sample that teachers of public schools in Tabriz region137 people had been placed was. Analysis of data using descriptive and inferential statistical methods such as, correlation, and regression was performed through software Spss. The results showed that job performance and its components (discipline at work, a sense of responsibility at work, co-operation, improved work) there is a significant relationship with Technology Information Communications.
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