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Readiness of Indonesian TVET Teachers in Receiving GIS Technology Using TAM 2 Bakri, Arya; Sugiarti, Yatti; Wahyudin, Didin
INVOTEC Vol 16, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/invotec.v16i2.28477


Since the enactment of curriculum changes in 2013, several factors have emerged that often become obstacles in geographic and geospatial technical vocational high schools in Indonesia, one of which is minimal acceptance of Geography Information System (GIS) technology. This teacher survey research is to explore the determinant factors that influence the acceptance of GIS technology, through identifying what obstacles are found when the acceptance of GIS technology is integrated in classroom learning. Using survey data from 94 teachers from 34 geographic and geospatial technical vocational schools, question assumptions were formulated using the technology acceptance model (TAM 2), with key determinants of Perceived Usefulness (PU) and User Intention (UI). The lack of knowledge, skills and experience of teachers following GIS training, has caused teachers to be slow in accepting GIS technology. These pressures prevent teachers from reflecting on their teaching, and ultimately result in substitution of teachers intellectual creativity with compliance culture and contribute to the tendency of teachers to prioritize learning experiences that they believe can be directly applied to their own classroom situations. It is clear that the benefits of implementing a classroom will not come alone if the teacher is not ready and trained for the use of GIS technology.
PENYULUHAN DAN PELATIHAN PENGGUNAAN LISTRIK HEMAT ENERGI DI LINGKUNGAN SMK NEGERI 1 CISARUA Resa Pramudita; Neris Peri Ardiansyah; Muhammad Adli Rizqulloh; Wasimudin Surya Saputra; Ade Gafar Abdullah; Siscka Elvyanti; Hasbullah Hasbullah; Erik Haritman; Didin Wahyudin; Iwan Kustiawan; Agus Heri Setya Budi; Maman Somantri; Roer Eka Pawinanto
Jurnal Ilmiah Teknologi Infomasi Terapan Vol. 9 No. 1 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Widyatama

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33197/jitter.vol9.iss1.2022.958


The problem that underlies this activity is to see the condition of the school environment that requires counseling about the use of electrical equipment. The existence of teachers regarding the installation and maintenance of electrical installations in the regions is not well understood, very different from teachers who are in urban areas and moreover those with a background in electrical engineering vocational schools who are classified as advanced both in terms of knowledge level and skills in practice. On the basis of this condition guidance or counseling is carried out for these teachers. Even if they have the skills to install electrical installations, it is hoped that teachers will be able to maintain, repair and install electrical installations, even if they are simple ones. The method used in Community Service activities at SMK N 1 Cisarua, namely Lectures, discussions and exercises. The instructor explains material about the use of electronic devices followed by discussion and questions and answers, while the implementation can be carried out by the teaching team at each school who can consult with the lecturer about saving electricity. As a result of this counseling and training, teachers at SMK N 1 Cisarua can understand the importance of electrical energy and how to use electrical energy efficiently. The conclusion from this activity is that the teaching team at SMK N 1 Cisarua can save electricity in the school and its surroundings so as to reduce the cost of electrical energy.