The Maturity Levels of The Digital Technology Competence (DTC) in Vocational Education in Yogyakarta-Indonesia

Melinda Astuti, Zainal Arifin, Muhammad Nurtanto, Farid Mutohhari, Warju Warju

Abstract


This study aims to (a) analyze the maturity level of teachers and vocational students; and (b) measuring differences in the maturity level of teachers and vocational students in mastering the DTC (DTC) in vocational education. Quantitative research uses a design developed by Hoy and Adams. A total of 233 respondents came from public and private schools in vocational schools in Yogyakarta-Indonesia. Data was collected using a Likert scale questionnaire (1-4). The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics using one-way ANOVA with SPSS. The results on the maturity level of vocational teachers obtained a score of 13.16-23.68 in the "Low" category and for vocational students obtained a score of 12.98-22.12 in the "Low" category, and there was no significant difference. Teachers and students in Vocational Schools must have awareness in improving digital technology capabilities at the criticism technology level.

Keywords


Maturity Level; Digital Technology Competence; Vocational Teachers; Vocational Students

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