Pemanfaatan E-Learning Untuk Inovasi Pembelajaran Aksara Jawa Bagi Siswa Sekolah Menengah Atas
Keywords:e-learning, Javanese script, high school education.
Indonesia is widely known for having a vastly diverse and rich cultures. Albeit attempts to preserve those local cultures, namely including it as a subject in the local formal education, the interest of younger generations to keep these cultures alive are declining over the years, due to the cultures getting loosely practiced in their home environments and the effects of globalization. This poses a challenge for the teachers to innovate to keep up with the condition, including in the region of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, which is regarded as one of the centers for Javanese culture. As a center of education as well, schools in Yogyakarta are having students from all corners of Indonesia, which added the challenge of educating Javanese culture to non-Javanese. A web-based e-learning tool might be a solution: we developed an application for learning Javanese Scripts with aspects suited to the current habits of today’s students, and considering as well the aspect of learning by repetition rather than memorizing, to help the students coming from outside of the Javanese cultural area. The application is currently used by Budya Wacana and Immanuel High Schools to help improving the learning quality of Bahasa Jawa (Javanese Languange) subject, especially in understanding Javanese scripts. The usage of the application is also happened to be in time with the distant learning notice issued by the government of Indonesia due to the pandemic health protocol, thus providing an alternative way to complement online learning for high school students.
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