Digital Training for Increasing English Teachers’ Professionalism at Junior High School

Syafryadin Syafryadin, Dian Eka Chandra Wardhana, R.Bunga Febriani

Abstract


This research aimed to study the benefits of digital training implementation to increase the English teachers’ professionalism at SMP Negeri 13 Bengkulu. This study used a descriptive qualitative method with the number of trainees were 10 English teachers.  The procedures of collecting data were observation, training, documentation and interview with completed by the interview guidance as the instrument. Then, the data analysis was by comparing the result of the interview from the English teachers at SMP Negeri 13 Bengkulu before they joined and after joining digital training provided by the researchers in this research and finally concluded. This research found that the implementation of digital training had many benefits. First, it increased the English teachers’ professionalism at SMP Negeri 13 Bengkulu, experienced and innovated their knowledge and skills toward the use of digital learning. Second,  it brought a good quality for learning outcomes. Third, it helped to be better in an advanced educational institution, particularly at SMP Negeri 13 Bengkulu. The implication of this study that digital training  is an advanced way in educational development which needs good participation from the trainers, trainees and educational institution.


Keywords


Digital Training, English teacher Professionalism

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