Development of Blended Learning Model in Subject Fundamental Automation and Control System Technology for Electro Technical Cadets of Surabaya Merchant Marine Polytechnic

  • Faris Novandi Surabaya Merchant Marine Polytechnic
  • Upik Widyaningsih
  • Hariyono

Resumo

this study aims to formulate planning, implement, and test the effectiveness of learning with a blended learning model in the basic courses of automation and control system technology. The method used in this study is the ADDIE Research and Development model. The research population is level II electro cadets. While the research sample is a class A and class B electrical cadets selected by cluster sampling technique. Data collection methods include documentation, observation, tests and questionnaires. The results showed that (1) learning planning with a blended learning model is fit to be used as a guideline for implementing learning in the classroom; (2) blended learning, learning model can be implemented according to planning which includes orientation, organization, investigation, presentation, analysis, and evaluation; (3) learning with a blended learning model is proven effective in terms of (a) basic learning outcomes of automation and control system technology that uses a blended learning model> 75 and there are significant differences in learning outcomes between groups that use the blended learning model and groups that do not use blended learning model; (b) the process of increasing activeness and motivation to learn cadets better. From the results of this study it is suggested the need for the development of a blended learning model as a supplement to face-to-face learning in the basic subjects of automation and control system technology and others.

Publicado
2020-07-07
Como Citar
Novandi, F., Widyaningsih, U., & Hariyono. (2020). Development of Blended Learning Model in Subject Fundamental Automation and Control System Technology for Electro Technical Cadets of Surabaya Merchant Marine Polytechnic. Diversitas Journal, 5(3), 2102-2117. https://doi.org/10.17648/diversitas-journal-v5i3-1240