OBSERVED AND PERCEIVED TEACHING CREATIVITY OF ENGLISH TEACHERS IN SMK N 3 TABANAN

Didit Suasta Adijaya, Luh Putu Artini, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi

Abstract


This study was aimed to examine on how the teachers perceived their teaching creativity in the classroom and how they implemented it in the classroom. The focus of the research was to identify the discrepancy between teachers’ perception and facts as observed in teaching creativity in the classroom. Embedded mix method was used as the design of the study in which one data would be dominant than others. In this study, qualitative data were dominant than quantitative data or QUAL (quan). SMK Negeri 3 Tabanan was selected as the research setting and two English teachers were selected as the research subject. The result demonstrates that 1) the teachers perceived themselves creative in teaching in the class 2) they were categorized as slightly creative in teaching creativity in the class 3) the discrepancy occurred between teachers’ perception and the observed implementation in the class since on one way, the teachers perceived that they were creative, on the other way, their teaching mostly focus on using conventional media, offline learning and monotonous media and learning activities.


Keywords


Creativity; Teachers’ Creativity; 21st Century Learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23887/ijerr.v4i1.32137

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