Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 2019)

Development of Learning Model Based on Blended Learning in Sports School

Authors
Sapto Adi, Abi Fajar Fathoni
Corresponding Author
Abi Fajar Fathoni
Available Online November 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.2How to use a DOI?
Keywords
learning model, blended learning, sports school
Abstract
The Sports School is a school that facilitates student athletes to focus on practicing sports and achieve achievements in sports but also get formal education at the School. So that students will undergo many activities and must also be good at managing the time between exercise and learning education in the academic field. The specific objective to be achieved in this study is to find blended learning specifications and components in the Sports School and to develop a prototype of blended learning (online and offline) subjects at the Sports School. The research method used is development research and effectiveness testing. The study was conducted at Sports Schools in Indonesia such as Palembang, Jakarta, Sidoarjo, Samarinda and Makassar. Data obtained is 75% of students respond very positively to Blended Learning. As many as 50% of teachers stated that student learning outcomes were very good. As many as 50% of teachers said students were very motivated. So, Blended Learning is very suitable for use in the Sports School by looking at the characteristics and results obtained.
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