Technological Tools



  • Schoology is the free web-based Learning Management System. It provides course management, mobile learning, and communication tools.
  • It enables students, parents and teachers to engage with learning materials in a safe, secure, single sign-on environment.
  • It allows for peer collaboration and engagement through public or private discussion forums and cross-application.
  • Schoology seamlessly connects learning management with assessment so that school districts can monitor and improve student performance, foster collaboration throughout their community, and personalize learning for every student.
  • Main features: posting assignments, recording grades, maintaining calendar, communication, collaboration, etc.

User Interface

Course folder in Schoology
Setting assessment toolbar for students
Setting learning objectives for a question

Literature and other sources

  • Doe, C. (2012). Schoology. Internet@Schools, 19(4), 29-30.
  • Hilyana, F. S., & Hakim, M. M. (2018). Integrating character education on physics courses with schoology-based e-learning. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 17, 577-593.
  • Laho, N. S. (2019). Enhancing School–Home communication through learning management system adoption: Parent and teacher perceptions and practices. School Community Journal, 29(1), 117-142.
  • Suana, W., Maharta, N., Nyeneng, I D. P., & Wahyuni. S. (2017). Design and Implementation of Schoology-Based Blended Learning Media for Basic Physics I Course. Jurnal Pendidikan IPA Indonesia, 6(1), 170-178.
  • Utama, C., Sajidan, J., Nurkamto, & Wiranto. (2019). A conceptual model for electronic learning cycle on schoology. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 243(1), 1-8.
  • Wah, L. K., Keong, T. C., Lajium, D. S., & Ing, N. (2013). Understanding the blended learning experiences of english language teachers in a distance TESL degree programme in Malaysia. Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering), 65(2), 55-65.
  • Winarti, E. R., Haryanti, M., & Asih, T. S. N. (2019). Students’ problem solving ability in thinking aloud pair problem solving learning assisted by schoology viewed from mathematical disposition. Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education, 8(1), 14-18.


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