Students; readiness and use of ICT

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  • 1. STUDENTS’ READINESS AND USE OF ICT 20 TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 2. INTRODUCTION 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 3. Their world…. 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 4. What is ICT in Education? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
    • Tinio (2002) :ICT as potentially powerful enabling tools for education change and reform
    • Tools to motivate the process of T & L to be more interesting & meaningful (Radlow, 1986; Ely, 1997).
  • 5.
    • The usage of ICT enhance T & L to be more appealing (Tinio, 2002; Mohd Arif, 2004; Kenning, 2007).
    • The usage of ICT as a mean to engage with technology ( Hung and Khine 2006, p.9) .
    What is ICT in Education? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 6. ICT in Education 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 7.
    • Yet, no best tools can be claimed as the best solutions to cure problems occurring in education (Ely, 1997; Bingmals, 2009).
    ICT in Education 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 8. 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
  • 9. METHODOLOGY 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
    • SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
    • POPULATION
    • SAMPLES
    • INSTRUMENT
  • 10. SAMPLING TECHNIQUES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 RANDOM SAMPLING TECHNIQUE
  • 11. POPULATION 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 GRED A DAILY SCHOOLS IN NEGERI SEMBILAN 85 SECONDARY SCHOOLS 10% 6 SCHOOLS
  • 12. SAMPLES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 13. INSTRUMENT 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 QUESTIONNAIRE Adapted (Fernandez, 1984; Fauziah Ahmad, 2006; Chacko & Wan Roselezam, 2007; Cavus et al., 2008) Pilot Test: Alpha Cronbach 0.77
    • Likert Scale
    • 3 points : Yes, No, Maybe
    Actual Study: Alpha Cronbach 0.808 Content & Face Validity
  • 14. FINDINGS 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 *Analysis of demographic data of respondents * Descriptive Analysis
  • 15. What are the students’ readiness towards the use of ICT?
    • hand phones owned
    20 TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 16. What are the students’ readiness towards the use of ICT?
    • Type of mobile phones Owned
    20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 17.
    • The model of mobile phones
    What are the students’ readiness towards the use of ICT? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 18.
    • Number of Phone Models Owned by students
    What are the students’ readiness towards the use of ICT? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 19. What are the students’ readiness towards the use of ICT? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 20. The Activities Done Using Mobile Phones 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 21. Amount of bill willing to be spent   20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 N %   Less than RM30 131 55.7   RM30-RM60 60 25.5   RM61-RM90 22 9.4   RM91-RM120 12 5.1 More than RM120 0 0
  • 22. Readiness towards ICT for learning 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 23. Perceptions on future use of mobile technology in educational context 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 24. What are the students’ perceptions towards the use of ICT? 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 25. Overall students are… 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 26. Discussion 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 27. Discussion 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 28. IMPLICATIONS TO ESL PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 29. IMPLICATIONS TO ESL PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011
  • 30. IMPLICATIONS TO ESL PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 the teachers’ pedagogical approach which would turn the lesson to be really engaging and meaningful lead to a “well-grounded, engaged students” who would eventually be able to step a head beyond the classroom to explore the borderless world of information
  • 31. IMPLICATIONS TO ESL PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 opportunity to make the teaching process be a situation which could trigger the students’ thinking, develop their potential and also promote the lifelong learning
  • 32. IMPLICATIONS TO ESL PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 20TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011 Pierson (2001) highlights that the integration of ICT is a part which cannot be separated from a good teaching
  • 33. CONCLUSION ESL teachers should consider to blend the use of ICT in their conventional way of teaching. This does not only help teachers to create a new learning environment, but also promote the positive aspect of ICT towards the lifelong learning endeavor 20 TH MELTA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2011