The Dynamics of Mobile Learning Utilization in Vocational Education: Frame Model Perspective Review
This study aimed to describe the dynamics of content aspects, user aspects and social aspects of mobile learning utilization (m-learning) in vocational education from the FRAME Model perspective review. This study was quantitative descriptive research. The population in this study was teachers and students of state vocational school and private school in Makassar, Indonesia. Samples of the study were 103 teachers and 320 students, determined by a proportional random sampling technique. Data collection techniques were questionnaires. Data analysis uses descriptive analysis techniques. The results showed that the available content on the internet and accessed by teachers were relevant to the major, whereas students stated them relevantly less to their majors, so the value and substance of the utilization of m-learning content were still less relevant. The user aspect showed that teachers and students utilized mobile devices for vocational learning purposes, so the value and substance of m-learning could be still maintained. The social aspect showed that teachers and students expressed socio-cultural support influenced the utilization of m-learning, so that the value and substance of m-learning in vocational education could be continually maintained. So the value and substance of m-learning in these three aspects could be maintained and improved, this study showed alternative model of utilization and development of m-learning that were appropriate for vocational education.