KEMAMPUAN PENILAIAN PEMBELAJARAN DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN TEKNOLOGI MAHASISWA FKIP UMT

Iman Nurjaman, Arry Patriasurya, Moh Iqbal Firdaus, Yenni Yenni, Eka Yulyawan Kurniawan, Nori Anggraini, Muhammad Abdul Almanar

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The purpose of this study is to determine the ability of students to assess learning using technology. This research uses a quantitative approach with survey research methods. Instrument to collect data using a questionnaire. Respondents in this study were students from each study program at FKIP UMT, namely English, Mathematics, Indonesian Language, PGSD and PAUD. Total respondents were 225 respondents. The analysis was carried out using descriptive analysis. the results of the study indicate that the ability of students to conduct learning assessments using technology is still low. The use of gadgets by prospective teachers in their daily lives is apparently not directly proportional to the use and integration of technology in the learning process.
Keywords: learning assessment, integration of assessment with technology, TPACK


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