Teacher certification education: A review competence of Indonesian language and literature

  • A.S SYAMSURI University of Islam Negeri Alauddin, Jl. Sultan Alauddin, Indonesia.
  • I. ISHAQ University of Muhammadiyah Makassar, Jl. Sultan Alauddin, Indonesia
  • U.A CHAERUMAN Learning Directorate, Ministry of Education and Culture, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia
Palabras clave: Competencies, Hybrid programs, Indonesia language, Literature, Teacher quality. / Calidad docente, Competencias, Idioma de Indonesia, Literatura, Programas híbridos.




The objectives of the present research were to assess the efficacy of TPE hybrid learning approaches in boosting the competencies of Indonesian language and literature teachers in Indonesia, to determine the lessons that Indonesia can draw from both developing and industrialized countries to heighten the quality of their Indonesian language and literature instructors exploring the challenges associated with TPE hybrid learning techniques among Indonesian language and literacy educators. The study adopted a qualitative descriptive research design that involved a group interview with four conveniently sampled Bahasa Indonesia language and literature teachers.



Los objetivos de la presente investigación fueron evaluar la eficacia de los enfoques de aprendizaje híbrido de TPE para aumentar las competencias de los profesores de lengua y literatura indonesias en Indonesia, para determinar las lecciones que Indonesia puede extraer de los países en desarrollo e industrializados y aumentar la calidad de sus instructores de lengua y literatura explorarando los desafíos asociados con las técnicas de aprendizaje híbrido de TPE entre los educadores de lengua y literatura de Indonesia. El estudio adoptó un diseño de investigación descriptivo cualitativo que incluyó una entrevista grupal con cuatro maestros de lengua y literatura de Bahasa Indonesia convenientemente incluidos en la muestra.

Biografía del autor/a

A.S SYAMSURI, University of Islam Negeri Alauddin, Jl. Sultan Alauddin, Indonesia.
Andi Sukri Syamsuri is a Lecturer at UIN Alauddin Makassar and a Lecturer at Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar, Indonesia. Born in Wajo Regency, on June 26, 1971. His undergraduate, master, and doctoral degree majoring in Bahasa Indonesia, in 1998-2006 years, were obataind from Universitas Hasanuddin.   His experience in writing several articles published by international journals and local journals, scientific seminars, writing books and participating in various organizational activities, as well as being awarded the 10-year Satya Lencana award to the State by the President of the Republic of Indonesia.
I. ISHAQ, University of Muhammadiyah Makassar, Jl. Sultan Alauddin, Indonesia
Ishaq is a lecturer at Universitas Muhammadiyah Makasar, Indonesia. Since 2019 year, he is  a student of Doctoral degree of Education Technology Program at Universitas Negeri Malang. His main research in education technology and while being student, he is Head of the Computer Laboratory of the Teaching and Education Faculty of the Muhammadiyah University of Makassar.
U.A CHAERUMAN, Learning Directorate, Ministry of Education and Culture, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia
Uwes A. Chaerumen formerly work as instructional technology specialist at the Center of ICT for Education, Minsitry of Education and Culture. Right now, he serves as lecturer at the Department of Educational Technology, Jakarta State University. He has bachelor, master, and doctoral  degree in the field of educational technology from Jakarta State University. His main interest are instructional technology, instructional system design, human performance technology, instructional media, e-learning and blended learning. His current works and research mostly related to instructional system design, especially e-learning and blended learning design.


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SYAMSURI, A., ISHAQ, I., & CHAERUMAN, U. (2020). Teacher certification education: A review competence of Indonesian language and literature. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(1), 303-313. Recuperado a partir de https://www.produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/33538