Technological and Operational Mobile Learning Readiness of Secondary Teachers

Alvin Odon Insorio 1 2 *

International Journal of Professional Development, Learners and Learning, Volume 2, Issue 1, Article No: ep2103

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Mobile learning is one of the novel directions in delivering the lesson due to the interest of the students towards mobile devices. Before it must be implemented in basic education, the readiness of internal stakeholders must be established first especially the teachers because they act as a middle component between the curriculum and the learners. This study focused on the technological and operational mobile learning readiness of secondary teachers, particularly English, Science, and Mathematics selected using stratified sampling. This was a descriptive design where the survey questionnaire was the research tool for collecting data. It was found out that secondary teachers were much ready in terms of accessibility and affordability of mobile learning. In terms of operational skills, secondary teachers were skilled in operating mobile devices. They were very much ready in reading documents and using mobile as calculators. They believed that mobile learning has a direct effect on learning and they were looking forward to immersing in mobile learning. However, they much need training and support from the institution both help desk and online.



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