Promoting Students’ Autonomy through Online Learning Media in EFL Class

Muhammad Muhammad


The trend of teaching English as foreign language in 21st century has changed from teacher centered to students centered paradigm which results the need of students’ autonomy in learning process. Then, this research was aimed to depict how the schoology as e-media to promote 25 VII A class students’ autonomy in learning English as foreign language (EFL) in discourse analysis course. This was a case study qualitative research by applying triangulation of the data. The results of this research mentioned that schoology successfully promoted students’ autonomy by considering some facts such as students active participations through logging in and commenting others’ idea; students’ control on deciding learning modes, setting, and materials; and students’ enthusiasm to finish the lecturer’s challenges. One unique thing was that shy students were more active in Schoology. Finally, this research suggests to present schoology in teaching content course.

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