International Journal of Education and Management Engineering(IJEME)

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IJEME Vol.11, No.4, Aug. 2021

Implementation of Computer-assisted Learning in High School: Teachers and Students’ Perspective

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Mochamad Kamil Budiarto, Triana Rejekiningsih, Sudiyanto

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Computer-assisted learning, school readiness, ICT facilities, interactive, multimedia, learning.


This study intends to identify school readiness in implementing information and communication technology (ICT) assisted learning, especially the use of computers. This research applied descriptive quantitative. The research samples used were subject teachers and second grade of high school students. The data collection technique employed a survey method, carried out with a random questionnaire distribution to the research sample. The results of the research sample responses were analyzed quantitatively by interpreting the percentage. Information was obtained that schools were basically "ready" to implement ICT-assisted learning. Student responses’ results showed that 55% of students "agreed" that the school had a computer laboratory, meanwhile 41.7% of students stated that they had sufficient ability at operating computers. The teachers' responses showed that the school already has supported the computer-assisted learning process and they are interested in integrating ICT in classroom activities. This research can be a basis for educators in identifying the extent to which students, teachers and school facilities are prepared to support computer-based learning. Given that computers are one of the technologies that can be used for learning activities and have been empirically proven to be able to make it easier for students to understand learning material.

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Mochamad Kamil Budiarto, Triana Rejekiningsih, Sudiyanto, " Implementation of Computer-assisted Learning in High School: Teachers and Students’ Perspective", International Journal of Education and Management Engineering (IJEME), Vol.11, No.4, pp. 26-34, 2021. DOI: 10.5815/ijeme.2021.04.03


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