Implementation of Digital Literacy in the Learning Module in Class VI Primary School
Keywords:Digital literacy, thematic learning module
This study analyses the need for digital literacy and its application in thematic learning modules for grade VI elementary schools. This research method is descriptive and qualitative. Data collection was carried out through observation, interviews and documentation study. The data collected in the study were analysed through data analysis, data reduction, and conclusion. Meanwhile, the credibility test was carried out by triangulation, discussion with peers, and negative case analysis. The study results found that the need for digital literacy in thematic learning for grade VI elementary schools has not been maximally implemented. Therefore, a digital literacy-based thematic learning module for grade VI elementary schools is needed.
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