Primary School Science Teachers’ Attitude Towards Using Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) In Teaching Science
Keywords:science teacher, IT, science education, Frog VLE.
AbstractThe aim of this study is to identify the attitude of science teachers towards the usage of Frog VLE in teaching and learning primary science. The sample consisted of 148 science teachers in Cameron Highlands and Taiping (45 male and 103 female). Data is collected by questionnaire which contains 40 questions with 5 Likert scale. The independent t test and One-way ANOVA is used to answer the research questions. Findings indicated that the science teachers in Cameron Highlands and Taiping have neutral attitude towards the usage of Frog VLE in teaching primary science. There are no any significant differences in the attitude towards Frog VLE among science teachers between male and female. Teachers with less experience (younger teacher) have greater attitude compared to old teachers. Science teachers with higher professional grade have greater attitude compared to the teachers with lower professional grade. Hence, science teachers are encouraged to attend courses and develop skills in using Frog VLE to increase their attitude in usage of Frog VLE in teaching science.
How to Cite
Mai, M. Y., & Muruges, G. R. (2022). Primary School Science Teachers’ Attitude Towards Using Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) In Teaching Science. European Journal of Education, 5(1), 129–140. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejed.v1i3.p155-162