Improving Student Capabilities through Research-Based Learning Innovation on E-Learning System
Keywords:Innovation, research-based learning, e-learning, student capabilities
A current higher education curriculum has shifted from a training and professional development model to a capability development model, from work-oriented to a life orientation, from a teaching paradigm to a learning paradigm. The logical consequence of this shift requires innovation not only in the form of instruments and digitization of learning but also in learning innovation in the learning process and student learning experiences. This study aims to design learning innovations using research-based learning models that are integrated through e-learning to improve student capabilities. This study used research and development method with a 4-D model. This study found that there was an increase in the quality of learning in social studies learning courses and an increase in student capabilities through a research-based learning approach implemented through the e-learning system.
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