Blended Learning Integrated Fieldwork on Fundamentals of Geology Learning During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Dwi Angga Oktavianto, Sumarmi Sumarmi, Sugeng Utaya, Didik Trayana

Abstract


The purpose of this research was to test the blended learning integrated fieldwork in the Fundamentals of Geology learning. Classroom Action Research (CAR) was used in this study. The research subjects consisted of 32 Grade 10 Mining Geology students of SMK Negeri 1 Binuang in the 2019/2020 academic year. Data analysis was carried out using quantitative descriptive analysis, namely by observing the research data which was then followed by synthesis using a literature review. From the results of research during the Pre-Cycle, it was known that the number of students who met the Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) was 18.75%, while in Cycle I it is 84.374%, and Cycle II was 77.78%. These results indicated that there was an increase from Pre Cycle to Cycle I, but there was a decrease in Cycle I to Cycle II. The results obtained in this CAR showed that blended learning integrated fieldwork has the potential to be effective as a learning model for the Fundamentals of Geology during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Some things that need to be considered so that blended learning integrated fieldwork can be effective in learning is by paying attention to scientific steps during learning, choosing fieldwork locations that are accessible to accessibility and there are communication and internet signals, as well as intensive guidance from the teacher. Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic, it is also necessary to design integrated blended learning fieldwork that complies with health protocols.

Keywords


Fieldwork, Blended learning, Fundamentals of Geology, COVID-19

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