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Teachers Technological Capability as Digital Immigrants in Learning from Home Activities

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posted on 2023-11-17, 03:35 authored by Prawinda Putri Anzari, Imamul Huda Al Shiddiq, Seli Septiana Pratiwi, Megasari Noer Fatanti, Daniel Fritz Silvallana
This article aims at the ability of teachers who are digital immigrants to use digital technology during their learning at home during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research was quantitative research in the form of descriptive statistics using survey methods in data collection. The survey was given to 139 high school teachers who live in Java. The validity of the research instrument was tested by using the product-moment correlation test. While the reliability of the research instrument was tested utilizing the Cronbach Alpha reliability test, the result of this study is that high school teachers have a high level of use of digital technology. Besides, it was also found that age affects the ability to use technology. The higher the teacher's age, the lower their ability to use digital technology. Meanwhile, the lower the age, the higher the individual can use digital technology. When teachers have a high level of use of digital technology, it is hoped that learning activities at home can run optimally. Apart from the level of the teacher's technology skills, of course, other aspects make learning activities at home optimal. These other aspects also need to be develop.

History

Journal

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN LEARNING

Volume

16

Pagination

146-159

Location

Kassel, Germany

ISSN

1863-0383

eISSN

1863-0383

Language

English

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Issue

7

Publisher

KASSEL UNIV PRESS GMBH