Students' Perception of Project-Based Learning Model in Blended Learning Mode Using Sipejar
Ence Surahman, Dedi Kuswandi, Sulthoni, Agus Wedi, Zahid Zufar at Thaariq
Available Online December 2019.
- students perception, project based learning model, training design, Higher order thinking
- The aims of this paper is describing students perception regarding project based learning model for design and strategy of training program course. Design and strategy of training program course is a compulsory course for Educational Technology students. The students are expected to be able to design a training program for both private and state-owned training center. The course focuses on the delivery of concept and training program development practice and several learning strategies for training. The learning process involves the presentation of materials, discussions, workshops of program design development, online and offline consultation and final presentation of program design. Student learning progress can be monitored and given feedback on the results of their work. At the end of the learning, the students have been able to develop the design of the training program. The research method used a qualitative approach with descriptive data analysis technique. It further shows that the project-based learning model is able to train creative thinking, collaboration, project management, and challenging hence it is suitable to be applied in the course
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TY - CONF AU - Ence Surahman AU - Dedi Kuswandi AU - Sulthoni AU - Agus Wedi AU - Zahid Zufar at Thaariq PY - 2019/12 DA - 2019/12 TI - Students' Perception of Project-Based Learning Model in Blended Learning Mode Using Sipejar BT - International Conference on Education Technology (ICoET 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 183 EP - 188 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/125925078 ID - Surahman2019/12 ER -