The Influence of Knowledge and Attitude Towards the Usage of VLE Frog Among Secondary School Teachers in Kulim
Nuryazida Sabarudin1, Mohammad Shah Kamarulzaman2, Siti Nazuar Sailin3, Noor Aida Mahmor4, Nor Hissam Sulaiman5
1Nuryazida Sabarudin, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
2Mohammad Shah Kamarulzaman, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
3Siti Nazuar Sailin, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
4Noor Aida Mahmor, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
5Nor Hissam Sulaiman, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
Manuscript received on 10 May 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 17 May 2019 | Manuscript Published on 02 June 2019 | PP: 42-47 | Volume-8 Issue-7S2 May 2019 | Retrieval Number: G10070587S219/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: This study was conducted to determine the level of teachers’ knowledge, attitude and usage of VLE Frog and to determine whether or not there is a relationship and influence between knowledge and attitude towards the use of VLE Frog among secondary school teachers in Kulim. This study employs a quantitative approach using questionnaires for data collection. The questionnaires consist of four main sections to obtain respondents’ background, knowledge, attitude and usage of a virtual learning environment system called VLE Frog. The number of samples involved was one-hundred teachers who were systematically randomly selected from four schools within the Kulim district. The findings showed that the level of teachers’ knowledge of and attitude were high towards VLE Frog. However, the level of usage of VLE Frog was seen as moderate. This study also found that there was no significant relationship between teachers’ knowledge and the use of VLE Frog but there was a significant relationship between teachers’ attitude towards the use of VLE Frog. The results showed that teachers’ attitude had more influence than knowledge towards the use of VLE Frog. This paper can provide useful information for the Malaysian Ministry of Education to partially monitor the level of VLE Frog usage among secondary school teachers and assist in planning to enhance the level of usage of VLE Frog among teachers in the country.
Keywords: Attitude Level, Correlation, Knowledge Level, Regression, Teaching and Learning, Usage Level, Virtual Learning Environment, VLE Frog.
Scope of the Article: Web-Based Learning: Innovation and Challenges