Mengkaji Penerapan Blended Learning Menggunakan Metode Flipped Classroom di Perguruan Tinggi Agama Kristen

Rizky Permana

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to develop learning e-learning-based as a solu-tion in improving attitudes, interests, and competence of student learning. The essence of this study is to look for differences between learning competencies before and after the application of-based this method. The results showed a difference and the results of learning competencies were seen from the gain is 1 with high criteria. Thus it can be concluded that the results of the development of learning in blended the method flipped classroom can improve the learning competencies. This finding is the development of the blended learning method of a flipped classroom, a learning method that can be applied in Blended the method flipped classroom can be used as a reference in new learning.

Abstrak
Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengembangkan pembelajaran berbasis e-learning sebagai solusi dalam meningkatkan sikap, minat dan kompetensi pembelajaran siswa. Inti dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mencari perbedaan antara kompetensi belajar sebelum dan sesudah penerapan berbasis metode ini. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan perbedaan dan hasil kompetensi belajar dilihat dari gain 1 dengan kriteria tinggi. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa hasil pengembangan pembelajaran pada kelas campuran dengan metode membalik kelas dapat meningkatkan kompetensi belajar. Temuan ini merupakan pengembangan dari metode blended learning kelas flipped, metode pembelajaran yang dapat diterapkan dalam Blended themethod kelas flipped dapat digunakan sebagai referensi dalam pembelajaran baru

Keywords


blended learning; e–learning; flipped classroom; metode belajar

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