Kondisi Pemenuhan Teknologi Asistif Bagi Anak Berkesulitan Belajar Spesifik (ABBS) di Sekolah

Angga Damayanto, Ishartiwi Ishartiwi, Rendy Roos Handoyo, Ernisa Purwandari

Abstract


Artikel ini membahas tentang kondisi pemenuhan teknologi asistif yang merupakan alat bantu yang dirancang agar sesuai dan dapat mempermudah Anak Berkesulitan Belajar Spesifik (ABBS) dalam meningkatkan kemandirian dan hasil belajar ABBS yang ditinjau dari (1) penerapan teknologi asistif; (2) jenis teknologi asistif yang sudah tersedia di sekolah; (3) teknologi asistif yang diharapkan dapat tersedia di sekolah. Subjek penelitian terdiri dari 415 guru yang mengajar ABBS, baik di sekolah luar biasa maupun inklusif. Data diperoleh melalui angket yang disebar secara daring. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa: (1) teknologi asistif belum diterapkan secara optimal karena pemahaman guru terkait teknologi asistif masih rendah; (2) teknologi asistif yang tersedia masih didominasi oleh teknologi asistif dengan tingkat yang rendah (low technology) (3) teknologi asistif yang diharapkan untuk ABBS di sekolah juga masih tergolong teknologi asistif dengan tingkat rendah (low technology).

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Teknologi Asistif; Anak Hambatan Belajar Spesifik

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