Developing Gamified Learning Models for Vocational Schools to Enhance Programming Skills and Motivation
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- Gamification, vocational education, programming skill, informatics education, motivation
This study aims to develop gamified learning models for vocational students, especially in web programming subjects. The overall projected result of this research will be an innovative learning method that aims to facilitate learners in learning web programming more effectively and to promote deeper learning. In broader impact, the learning model will be able to be implemented to those in vocational high schools throughout Indonesia. We use ADDIE model to develop the learning model that has 5 major steps, however in this paper we just discuss until the third step of ADDIE model (development). We also provide the results of the evaluation from some experts to ensure that the learning model is well developed and ready to be implemented in vocational schools. The data collection instrument that used was a structured questionnaire. Based on data analysis that has been performed, the percentage of the test results obtained by media experts is 98%, material experts is 94.5%, and an instructional model expert is 98,4%. The average overall rating of experts is 97% which indicates that the gamified learning model that has been developed has met the criteria as a good and feasible model for use in learning activities.
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TY - CONF AU - Dila Umnia Soraya AU - Azhar Ahmad Smaragdina AU - Ahmad Mursyidun Nidhom AU - Andika Bagus Nur Rahma Putra AU - Gres Dyah Kusuma Ningrum PY - 2019/01 DA - 2019/01 TI - Developing Gamified Learning Models for Vocational Schools to Enhance Programming Skills and Motivation BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Vocational Education and Training (ICOVET 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 274 EP - 277 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icovet-18.2019.66 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icovet-18.2019.66 ID - Soraya2019/01 ER -