Mastery of Technological Pedagogical And Content Knowledge (TPACK) Prospective Teacher In ICT Expertise Brawijaya University
The Information Technology Education (ITE) study program, Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Brawijaya requires its students to take part in Pengenalan Lapangan Persekolahan (PLP) 2 according to Permenristekdikti No. 55 of 2017 in order to be able to produce prospective teachers who have the competence of educators. This study describes the gap in mastery of competencies with the TPACK framework based on the results of PLP 2 activities which are compared with standard values using a discrepancy evaluation model. The results of the gap are mapped using the method Importance Performance Analysis (IPA) to determine the priority scale for improvement of variables according to positions in certain quadrants. Through the IPA method, the variables that are prioritized to improve their mastery are TPK and PCK because they have very small gaps. Recommendations are given for the TPK variable to be given a pretest and posttest on the material for preparing teaching tools and training in the preparation of lesson plans. For the PCK variable, should be given pretest and posttest to the study material for theoretical and practical learning scenarios, the activities are needed lesson study which is carried out at least twice.
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