THE ROLE OF TUTOR’S TRAINING IN IMPROVING THE USAGE OFOPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN CLASSBy Wise Rogate SilalahiIndonesia ...
INTRODUCTION• Backgrounds :Strategic plan of Indonesia Open University (UT) 2010 – 2021: In 2013all tutor’s must be traine...
REFERENCES THEORY• Curricullum of Tutor’s Trained :1. Planning : instructional design2. Implementing : 8 basic skills in t...
RESEARCH METHOD• Location : working groups in UT regional Kupang which the tutors has trained.• Time period : 2011 until 2...
RESULT AND DISCUSSION• Result of the observation, tutors get improve their abilily.• Using multi media and OER in class. T...
Table 1 . The Improving in Using Multi Media In Class By TutorNum. Tutor Name Study Goups Multimedia CapabilityBefore Trai...
Table 2. The Improving of Using Open Educatioanl Resources in ClassKantor PR IIINum. Tutor Name Study Goups OER Capability...
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION• ConclusionThe tutor’s training which had held in Kupang obtain the positive impact inimprov...
REFERENCESBruner, J.S.. 1966. Toward a Theory of Instruction. Harvard UniversityPress. Cambridge.OER Africa (2008). The Po...
REFERENCESBruner, J.S.. 1966. Toward a Theory of Instruction. Harvard UniversityPress. Cambridge.OER Africa (2008). The Po...
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OCWC Global Conference 2013: THE ROLE OF TUTOR'S TRAINING IN IMPROVING THE USGE OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN CLASS

  1. 1. THE ROLE OF TUTOR’S TRAINING IN IMPROVING THE USAGE OFOPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN CLASSBy Wise Rogate SilalahiIndonesia Open University Regional KupangUPBJJ-UTKUPANGOCWC GLOBAL, 2013
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION• Backgrounds :Strategic plan of Indonesia Open University (UT) 2010 – 2021: In 2013all tutor’s must be trained and acrredited. The aim : Improving tutor’scompetences in planningi, mplementing, presenting, and evaluating togive better teaching. The usage of multimedia is one among severalthings important to optimalized the course for student. This could impactto improving student’s competences.• In 2010 : Almost tutor in UT Regional Kupang not has been trained andlack of the usage of multimedia and Open Educational Resources(OER).• Since 2010 to 2012, 413 form totally 640 tutor has trained, and 75 tutorwhich has accredited.• The problem : Are tutor’s training has improves the tutor competences,and the usage of OER ?Kantor PR III
  3. 3. REFERENCES THEORY• Curricullum of Tutor’s Trained :1. Planning : instructional design2. Implementing : 8 basic skills in teaching3. Presenting and using educational resources4. Evaluating : test and non test (task)One of the step is important to improve the student’s cognitive, affective, andalso psichomotorik, is the using of Open Educational Resources. It isimportantbecause learning is directed to be a discovery learning (Bruner, 1966).• OER1. Describes any educational resource (including curriculum maps, coursematerials, textbooks, streaming videos, multimedia applications,podcasts, and any other materials that have been designed for use inteaching and learning (OER Afrika, 2008)2. Teaching, learning or research materials that are in the public domain orreleased with an intellectual property license that allows for free use,adaptation, and distribution (UNESCO, 2009).Kantor PR III
  4. 4. RESEARCH METHOD• Location : working groups in UT regional Kupang which the tutors has trained.• Time period : 2011 until 2012• Type of Research : Quatitative Descriptive• Population and sampling : 24 tutor form 413 totally tutors have trained.• Type of sampling : purposive sampling• Technique of data collection :1. Observe 24 tutors in class giving material for 1 session (120 minutes). Aspectobserved : preparation, planning (instructional design), implementing (8 skills,presentation, using OER, performance).2. Using Instrument : Tools for tutor competences to evaluate planning andimplementing aspect. Interval score : 1 (low) to 4 (high)3. Interview with students to exlore about tutor’s ability, before and after traned.Kantor PR III
  5. 5. RESULT AND DISCUSSION• Result of the observation, tutors get improve their abilily.• Using multi media and OER in class. The abilities improve after gettraining.• This improving wish giving impact to improve the students competencesin understanding material. This suggest to make advanced research foranalizy the effect of tutor’s training in improving students competences.• This improve is also positive giving impact for others tutors which still notusing multi media and OER, to improve their ability.Kantor PR III
  6. 6. Table 1 . The Improving in Using Multi Media In Class By TutorNum. Tutor Name Study Goups Multimedia CapabilityBefore Trained After Trained1 Anthonius A. Utan, S.Pd Amabi Oefeto Low High2 Suparmo Amabi Oefeto Low High3 Dafrosa Wonda, S.Pd Nagekeo Low High4 Drs. Fitalis Godho Nagekeo Low High5 Wilfridus M.K. Nono, SS Nagekeo Low High6 Yonathan Sabarua, S.Pd Waibakul Low Low7 Samuel Umbu Sorung, S.Pd Waibakul High High8 Drs. Mikael Umbu Katanga Waibakul Low High9 Serlina R.K. Toga Waibakul Low High10 Rustianti, S.Pd Waibakul High High11 Daud Milla Dasalaku Waibakul High High12 Lukas Jaipa Waibakul Low High13 Anagoyi Kadiwanu Waibakul Low Low14 Drs. Antonius Giri Kefamenanu Low Low15 Thimoteus Oematan, S.Pd Kefamenanu Low Low16 Yohana G. Kapitan Kefamenanu Low High17 Serly M.M> Klau Muty Kefamenanu Low High18 Pius Pake Dahe Kefa Low High19 MersalinusDethan Miomaffo Timur Low High20 Florida P. Bere Miomaffo Timur Low High21 Martha Rambu Roku Kota Kupang Low High22 Isay Yusidarta Kota Kupang High High23 Stefanus Enga Borong Low Low24 Fabianus Gangkur Borong Low High
  7. 7. Table 2. The Improving of Using Open Educatioanl Resources in ClassKantor PR IIINum. Tutor Name Study Goups OER CapabilityBefore Trained After Trained1 Anthonius A. Utan, S.Pd Amabi Oefeto Low Low2 Suparmo Amabi Oefeto Low High3 Dafrosa Wonda, S.Pd Nagekeo Low Low4 Drs. Fitalis Godho Nagekeo Low Low5 Wilfridus M.K. Nono, SS Nagekeo Low Low6 Yonathan Sabarua, S.Pd Waibakul Low Low7 Samuel Umbu Sorung, S.Pd Waibakul Low High8 Drs. Mikael Umbu Katanga Waibakul Low Low9 Serlina R.K. Toga Waibakul Low Low10 Rustianti, S.Pd Waibakul Low High11 Daud Milla Dasalaku Waibakul Low High12 Lukas Jaipa Waibakul Low Low13 Anagoyi Kadiwanu Waibakul Low Low14 Drs. Antonius Giri Kefamenanu Low Low15 Thimoteus Oematan, S.Pd Kefamenanu Low Low16 Yohana G. Kapitan Kefamenanu Low Low17 Serly M.M. Klau Muty Kefamenanu Low Low18 Pius Pake Dahe Kefa Low Low19 MersalinusDethan Miomaffo Timur Low Low20 Florida P. Bere Miomaffo Timur Low Low21 Martha Rambu Roku Kota Kupang Low Low22 Isay Yusidarta Kota Kupang High High23 Stefanus Enga Borong Low Low24 Fabianus Gangkur Borong Low Low
  8. 8. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION• ConclusionThe tutor’s training which had held in Kupang obtain the positive impact inimproving the tutors ability in using multi media and open educational resources inclass.• RecommendationThis research continueud by advanced research for analizy the effect of tutor’straining in improving students competences..COKantor PR III
  9. 9. REFERENCESBruner, J.S.. 1966. Toward a Theory of Instruction. Harvard UniversityPress. Cambridge.OER Africa (2008). The Potential of Open Educational Resources. ConceptPaper Prepared by OER Africa’ [http://www.oerafrica.org] accessed 06-05-2013UNESCO (2009) Open educational resources: conversations in cyberspace.D’Antoni, S., & Savage, C., (Eds). Paris: UNESCO
  10. 10. REFERENCESBruner, J.S.. 1966. Toward a Theory of Instruction. Harvard UniversityPress. Cambridge.OER Africa (2008). The Potential of Open Educational Resources. ConceptPaper Prepared by OER Africa’ [http://www.oerafrica.org] accessed 06-05-2013UNESCO (2009) Open educational resources: conversations in cyberspace.D’Antoni, S., & Savage, C., (Eds). Paris: UNESCO

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