Implementation of E-Learning in School: Teacher’s Perception on Skills to Improve in E-Learning

  • Mohamad Zaenuri Arif Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Arief Rachman Hakim Tunas Unggul Senior High School
  • Ridha Hidayani Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Diding Nurdin Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Sururi Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Nur Aedi Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Keywords: Teacher competencies, digital literacy, e-learning, teacher skills


Covid-19 pandemic bring up a lot of problems in Education practices in Indonesia, one of them is the lack of teacher skills on implementing e-learning. Therefore, e[1]learning is an important issue that teacher should learn and improve their skills. However, teachers in Indonesia find it difficult to adapt their skills in order to do e-learning effectively. This research aims to determine the perception on importance of the skills, and teachers preferred skills to improve or learn such as Digital Literacy (DL), Communication Skills (CS), Content Creation (CC), and Digital Based Evaluation (DBE). This study uses a mixed method with quantitative data gathered by survey distributed to 50 randomly picked teachers from 4 different schools in 2 regions in Indonesia, and qualitative data gathered by interviewing 2 teachers from each school as representatives. The result shows that teachers’ perception on the most important skill to learn is Digital Literacy, however teachers’ perception in the most preferred skills to improve is Content Creation. Teachers believe that digital literacy is an individual skill that ones must learn to implement e-learning effectively, however content creation skills might have an impact on solving communication and evaluation problems in e-learning. The implication of the research is to give school administrator an idea of what training courses need to be held to improve teachers’ skills in order to implement effective e-learning