The Quality Management of Education in Elementary Schools in Improving Teachers’ Digital Literacy in the Era of Online Learning
Keywords:Education Quality Management, Model, Teachers' Digital Literacy, Elementary School
Digital literacy is a significant need in the 21st-century world. Mastery of digital literacy in the context of learning can streamline, streamline, and improve learning processes and outcomes. Digital literacy is a new life skill currently. This study aims to describe the quality-based management model of elementary schools in enhancing the digital literacy of elementary school teachers in one of the provinces of Central Java, Indonesia. The qualitative approach used involves 10 principals and 20 elementary school teachers. The instruments used are observation, interview, and questionnaires. The analytical technique used Miles and Huberman’s analysis. Based on the results of this study, there is an increase in teacher digital literacy after education quality management is implemented through a teacher digital literacy training program that is designed continually. Forms of participation include involvement in teacher digital literacy training program activities, namely training program planning (Plan), implementation of teacher digital literacy training programs in schools (Do), implementation of supervisory functions, monitoring and evaluation of digital literacy training programs (Check), and follow-up actions. continued teacher digital literacy training program (Action). Teachers' digital literacy on the basic level improves from 62.74% to 84.74%. The secondary level turns 51.33% from 45.56%. This research can be an attempt to improve teachers’ digital literacy.
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