Multiple E-Learning technologies on practicing TOEFL structure and written expression

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(1) * Damar Isti Pratiwi   
Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia

(2)  Dadang Sanjaya Atmaja   
Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun

(3)  Henry Widya Prasetya   
Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun

(*) Corresponding Author


The present study investigates how to implement multiple e-learning technologies on practicing TOEFL PBT Section 2, Structure and Written Expression, and its effectiveness. It is a case study at Indonesian Railway Polytechnic. The participants were 48 students of the Railway Mechanical Technology program observed during eight online TOEFL practising classes. The data were collected using observation note to describe the implementation of e-learning technologies, comparing each score to determine the effectiveness of the technologies and a questionnaire to identify students’ feedback. The findings identified how to implement multiple e-learning technologies on practicing TOEFL PBT Section 2 in which effective to increase students’ TOEFL score; those technologies were regarded as interesting media on practicing TOEFL structure and written expression and received more positive feedbacks than the drawback from the students of Railway Mechanical Technology program. These imply that implementing multiple e-learning technologies on practicing TOEFL structure and written expression enhances students’ learning outcomes.


  • Multiple e-learning technologies enhance students’ learning outcomes in TOEFL PBT Section 2, structure and written expression.

  • Quizizz, Kahoot!, Socrative, and Google Forms are interesting media on practicing TOEFL Structure and Written Expression.

  • The fourth e-learning technologies receive more positive feedbacks than the drawback from the students in on practicing TOEFL PBT section 2.


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Pratiwi, D. I., Atmaja, D. S., & Prasetya, H. W. (2021). Multiple E-Learning technologies on practicing TOEFL structure and written expression. JEES (Journal of English Educators Society), 6(1), 105-115.
Author Biographies

Damar Isti Pratiwi, Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia

Damar Isti Pratiwi is an English lecturer at Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun. She got her Bachelor and Master Degree in English education from Semarang State University. She experienced teaching English for almost 15 years in Indonesia and Thailand. Her research interests involve English Language Teaching and Teaching English with Technology.

Dadang Sanjaya Atmaja, Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun

Dadang Sanjaya Atmaja is a full-time lecturer in Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun. He graduated from Brawijaya University with his Bachelor degree and finished his M.Sc. from the double degree program at Gadjah Mada University and Birmingham University. His research interests are teaching methodology and educational technology.

Henry Widya Prasetya, Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun

Henry Widya Prasetya is a full-time lecturer in Politeknik Perkeretaapian Indonesia Madiun. He finished his Bachelor degree at Brawijaya University and received a Master degree from Udaya University. His research interests include teaching methodology and educational technology


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