PEMANFAATAN TEKNOLOGI INFORMASI DAN KOMUNIKASI (TIK) DALAM PEMBELAJARAN MENULIS DI SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS
This study aims to describe (1) ICT utilization needs, (2) utilization of ICT, and (3) obstacles faced in utilizing ICT by teachers in learning writing. To achieve that goal a quantitative descriptive design is used. The subjects of this study were 37 Indonesian language teachers spread across nine SMANs in Buleleng, with locations inside, side, and outside the city. Data were collected by questionnaire and analyzed quantitatively. It was found that out of the fifteen potential ICTs offered, there were nine needed by most (more than 90%) teachers. Of the nine potentials required, only six potentials are used by most teachers, namely: (1) looking for writing learning materials, (2) looking for text models, (4) asking students to find material on writing, (5) asking students to find models text, (5) asking students to find material to write, (6) scoring the student's writing. There are five obstacles faced by the teacher. The most dominant is the limited facilities and infrastructure.