Mobile learning infusion through enhancing teachers' perception: Case study in eastern of Indonesia

Dwi Sulisworo, Dian Artha Kusumaningtyas, Eko Nursulistiyo, Trikinasih Handayani
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Culture and Humanity - "Interdisciplinary Challenges for Humanity Education in Digital Era" (STEACH 2018)   unpublished
Information technology penetration in Indonesia is relatively high. People have used this technology widely in many activities, but its use is still relatively low in education; including the use of mobile learning. One reason is that the teacher's perception is still low regarding the benefits of this technology. This study aims to improve the teacher's perception of mobile learning in science learning. The infusion process is carried out through training with a learning by doing approach.
more » ... hers are involved as students in the learning process that uses mobile learning. After the exercise, the teacher's perception regarding the implementation of mobile learning was measured using the COLLES Questionnaire. From the results indicate that the teacher becomes more confident about the benefits of mobile learning to manage better education. This model can be a lesson learned to expand the use of mobile learning in Indonesia.
doi:10.2991/steach-18.2019.19 fatcat:c7qawfynuzg67cpud4vcozdi6u