Pengaruh Teknologi Digital Terhadap Penglibatan Pelajar dalam Aktiviti Kokurikulum Sekolah Menengah

  • Sheila Michael Fakulti Psikologi dan Pendidikan, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)
  • Abdul Said Ambotang Fakulti Psikologi dan Pendidikan, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)
Keywords: teknologi digital, penglibatan pelajar, aktiviti kokurikulum, sekolah menengah


Artikel ini mengkaji konsep pengaruh teknologi digital terhadap penglibatan pelajar dalam aktiviti kokurikulum sekolah menengah. Teknologi digital dalam kajian ini meliputi semua jenis peranti elektronik, gajet dan aplikasi yang menggunakan maklumat dalam bentuk digital termasuklah komputer riba, telefon pintar, serta lain-lain peranti berteknologi tinggi. Walaupun teknologi digital mempunyai faedah penggunaannya namun ia dikatakan memberi kesan kepada gaya hidup pelajar. Aktiviti kokurikulum kurang menjadi perhatian mereka sehingga mengabaikan kepentingannya ke atas pembentukkan dan keperibadian diri pelajar sekaligus memberi kesan ke atas perkembangan pendidikan. Oleh itu, teknologi digital didapati mempunyai pengaruh terhadap penglibatan pelajar dalam aktiviti kokurikulum sekolah menengah.

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Michael, S. and Ambotang, A. S. (2020) “Pengaruh Teknologi Digital Terhadap Penglibatan Pelajar dalam Aktiviti Kokurikulum Sekolah Menengah”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 5(6), pp. 25 - 32. doi: