The Case of Teacher Utilization of Government-Sponsored Technological Resources
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Mutohar, A. (2012). The Case of Teacher Utilization of Government-Sponsored Technological Resources. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 3411-3414). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This study examined Indonesian teachers’ use of government sponsored technological resources. Data were collected from in depth interview with three teachers who were utilizing those technologies in their teaching. Findings indicate that the use of government sponsored technological resources is still in the form of teacher centered learning which augmented traditional teaching with those technologies. Most of the teachers reported that they had limited access of technology resources and support from schools in the form of technology and instructional supports. In addition, this study also reported that there is limited or no professional development for teachers in technology integration. Finally, this study provides some recommendations for government and schools to improve technology integration practice in Indonesian schools.
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