The Effectiveness of Sharing Blended Project Based Learning (SBPBL) Model Implementation in Operating System Course

Wahyudi Wahyudi

Abstract


The implementation of e-learning models in higher education have been tested widely, in order to discover their flexibility in research to time, place, students, courses, and other diverse conditions. This paper resulted from testing the implementation of an SBPBL model. This model maximizes shared e-learning resources in project based blended learning. This research used quantitative research design, with Research and Development using the ADDIE model in an Operating System course. Data were collected by questionnaires, interviews, and observation, then analyzed descriptively. Validity, practicality and effectives of the model were confirmed. Therefore, it is suitable to apply this blended learning system in such course.

Keywords


sharing; project based learning; blended learning; SBPBL; motivation

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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