Online learning: Students’ autonomy and attitudes
Like Raskova Octaberlina – Afif Ikhwanul Muslimin
This study aims at investigating students’ autonomy and attitude in learning TOEFL online which the program was organized by the Language Centre, Department of Education and Culture, West Nusa Tenggara during the pandemic Covid-19. A set of questionnaires was distributed to 134 students that came from a different geographical location in West Nusa Tenggara province, and were different in age. The participants in the present study were all who had been announced officially as the TOEFL course awardees for Mataram area. The findings indicated that albeit positive tenets on students’ autonomy and attitude. The results showed very close similarity as described by 2% difference in mean scores between students’ autonomy and attitude. The poor category results were found from students’ inability to evaluate their strength and weakness in learning autonomously and the students found it was hard to keep make correspondence immediately with teachers. This study ends with suggestions for the next TOEFL course programs.
Key words: Students’ autonomy, attitude, online, TOEFL course