Year 2020, Volume 8 , Issue 1, Pages 465 - 487 2020-03-15

Cogenerative Dialogue of Cross-Generation Educators to Improve Chemistry Teaching Quality through Technology

Fitria Fatichatul HİDAYAH [1] , Muhamad IMADUDDİN [2] , Dwi Novita Warih PRAPTANİNGRUM [3] , Dwi Anggraeni RİSTANTİ [4]


This research showed the efforts of educators in improving the quality of the chemistry classroom atmosphere through technology. Cogenerative dialogue involves dialogue between a small number of students, teachers, and researchers. All speak, listen, and learn from each other across boundaries such as age, gender, ethnicity, and rank. This discussion featured an ethnographic case study from coteaching and cogenerative dialogue involving junior lecturers, certified chemistry teachers, pre-service chemistry teachers, and students in the chemistry learning about chemical bonding, chemical elements, and laboratory introduction. This dialogue is guided by questions related to Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). The SWOT analysis was used to provide an overview experienced by educators as well as TPACKing process. The use of a simple application that is a music player, video and camera can be easily used to make the class more enjoyable. Students enjoy a more comfortable classroom atmosphere with song rhythms, funny videos, and selfie activities. Constraints in mastering concepts macroscopically, sub-microscopically, and symbolically are completed by utilising virtual/augmented reality and virtual laboratory. Cogenerative dialogue can inspire among educators to try and learn the technology for teaching chemistry.
Cogenerative dialogue, Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Cross-generation educators, Chemistry educators, Chemistry teaching quality
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education and Educational Research
Published Date March 2020
Journal Section Teacher Education
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-3821-7726
Author: Fitria Fatichatul HİDAYAH (Primary Author)
Institution: Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang
Country: Indonesia


Orcid: 0000-0002-3619-9985
Author: Muhamad IMADUDDİN
Institution: Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kudus
Country: Indonesia


Orcid: 0000-0003-3243-5191
Author: Dwi Novita Warih PRAPTANİNGRUM
Institution: SMA Negeri 1 Kudus
Country: Indonesia


Orcid: 0000-0002-1260-3314
Author: Dwi Anggraeni RİSTANTİ
Institution: SMA Negeri 15 Semarang
Country: Indonesia


Supporting Institution Directorate General of Learning and Student Affairs (Direktorat Pembelajaran dan Kemahasiswaan) , the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (RISTEK-DIKTI)
Project Number 251/KPA/HK/2019
Thanks We would like to thank financial support from the Directorate General of Learning and Student Affairs, the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (RISTEK-DIKTI) through the Lecturer Assignment Grant in Schools (Penugasan Dosen di Sekolah). Second, we would also like to thank all those who assisted in collecting research data.
Dates

Publication Date : March 15, 2020

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APA HİDAYAH, F , IMADUDDİN, M , PRAPTANİNGRUM, D , RİSTANTİ, D . (2020). Cogenerative Dialogue of Cross-Generation Educators to Improve Chemistry Teaching Quality through Technology. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists , 8 (1) , 465-487 . DOI: 10.17478/jegys.654941
MLA HİDAYAH, F , IMADUDDİN, M , PRAPTANİNGRUM, D , RİSTANTİ, D . "Cogenerative Dialogue of Cross-Generation Educators to Improve Chemistry Teaching Quality through Technology". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 465-487 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jegys/issue/52150/654941>
Chicago HİDAYAH, F , IMADUDDİN, M , PRAPTANİNGRUM, D , RİSTANTİ, D . "Cogenerative Dialogue of Cross-Generation Educators to Improve Chemistry Teaching Quality through Technology". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 465-487
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Vancouver HİDAYAH F , IMADUDDİN M , PRAPTANİNGRUM D , RİSTANTİ D . Cogenerative Dialogue of Cross-Generation Educators to Improve Chemistry Teaching Quality through Technology. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists. 2020; 8(1): 487-465.