ICT-ELT Integration in Indonesian Higher Education Context: EFL Teachers’ Perception


  • Yuhana Yuhana Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember
  • Hanif Nurcholish Adiantika Universitas Muhammadiyah Cirebon
  • Dila Charisma Universitas Muhammadiyah Cirebon




EFL teachers’ perception, ICT-ELT integration, ICT devices for ELT


ICT is an important medium that can be used for teaching and learning in today's world. ICT in education means teaching and learning using different ICT devices. New challenges and opportunities in the field of education have been brought about by ICT to reorganize the teaching, learning and knowledge relocation environment. ICT breakthroughs have also released new avenues for students and teachers. The present study aims to examine what types of ICT used by the teacher in their English classroom. This study employed qualitative research by using descriptive qualitative design. The participant of this study was one of EFL teacher of one private university. The data were collected through two instruments, such classroom observation and field notes. Based on the data analysis, the results of this study showed that EFL teachers used various types of ICT to facilitate the delivery of learning in their English pedagogical practice. In addition, ICT has many challenges for EFL teachers in incorporating ICT in their English classroom.


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