University of Wiralodra
Kardi Nurhadi is a teacher educator in the Department of English at the Faculty of Education, Universitas Wiralodra, Jawa Barat, Indonesia. His research interests lie in extensive reading, critical reading and literacy, academic reading, multimodality, systemic functional linguistics in language education, task-based language teaching (TBLT), teacher professional development and emotional geography in language education.
Master Degree in English Language Education, The state of Semarang University, August 21, 2014
Doctoral student in English Language Education, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang, 2022—to date
Academic Reading, Critical Reading, Extensive Reading and Intensive Reading
Systemic Functional Linguistics in Language Education
Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT) in ELT
Emotional Geography in language teaching and learning
Exploratory Practice in ELT
Teacher Professional Development
During the past decades, numerous research has reported that the extensive of material development from a wide range of aspects provide an insightful finding in EFL learning, nonetheless, limited research has been done with student teachers, especially their perceptions on material development in hybrid learning due to the pandemic situation in teacher education landscape. Against this backdrop, this phenomenological case study report on how student teachers’ perception on crafting material development in hybrid learning during the teaching practicum. Out of thirty students in cohort, five student teachers were recruited as the participants on voluntary basis. The data were derived from in-depth interview with the participants regarding their live experiences on crafting material development in hybrid learning. Findings revealed that material developments in hybrid teaching practicum need to adjust students’ culture of learning, learning platforms and learning engagement.