Teachers’ readiness for integration of e-learning in Saratok secondary schools / Alvin Arjie Duncan

Arjie Duncan, Alvin (2015) Teachers’ readiness for integration of e-learning in Saratok secondary schools / Alvin Arjie Duncan. Masters thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Sarawak.

Abstract

E-leaming is considerable as importance elements for our national education. These programs have cost our government million of cash outflows. However, the
successfulness of e-leaming programs still depends on teachers’ participation. Teachers’ play an important roles to drive the successfulness of e-leaming implementation. The
purpose of this study is to investigate the teachers’ readiness for e-leaming implementation. This study also examined the differences between male and female
teachers’ readiness for the e-leaming programs. Moreover, the study also explored the relationship between teachers’ readiness model for e-leaming implementation. There
were eight categories that can influenced teachers’ readiness toward e-leaming such as psychological, sociological, environmental, human resource, financial, technological skills, equipment, and content readiness. Findings showed that Saratok secondary school
teachers’ readiness for the e-leaming implementation were still at the moderate level. Categories such as psychological, technological skills, and equipment has become major barriers for them to determine the success of e-leaming programs in Saratok secondary schools. The sample of this study involved 140 teachers’ that were teaching in three secondary schools in Saratok district. This study was using the quantitative method by distributing questionnaire to the respondents’. The instrument was divided into two sections which is demographic profiles ofrespondents and teachers’ e-leaming readiness
model. The overall data collected was analyzed using the SPSS version 21. Descriptive statistic and inferential statistic was conducted to address the research objectives. The
result showed that the level of teachers’ readiness for e-leaming in Saratok secondary schools were still at the moderate level. There also no differences between male and female teachers’ readiness toward the implementation of e-leaming. This study also found no significant relationship between the teachers’ e-leaming readiness model that were used in this study.

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