Higher Order Thinking Skills for Improved Learning Outcomes Among Indonesian Students: A Blended Web Mobile Learning (BWML) Model

Bambang Hariadi, M.J. Dewiyani Sunarto, Tri Sagirani, Tan Amelia, Julianto Lemantara, Binar Kurnia Prahani, Budi Jatmiko


The purpose of this research was to produce a model that can be used as a reference in implementing hybrid learning and Problem Based Learning (PBL) in learning with the MoLearn application. This research was included in Research and Development/R&D type by developing the right learning model for the MoLearn application. The Blended Web Mobile Leaning (BWML) model test was conducted related to its validity and practicality. The result of research showed (1) quality test with average content validity (3.72) statistically in (rα = 0.25) and reliability in (α = 81), average construct validity (3.74), with validity of each aspect statistically in (rα = 0.20) and reliability in (α = 0.75). It can be concluded that the BWML model is qualified (valid in content and constructs, and reliable) by experts. (2) The feasibility test (practically used by students) had an average of 3.23 with a statistical aspect validity in rα = 0.91 and reliability in α = 0.99 This can mean that students stated that the model has novelty and is easy to use. The implication of this research is that a quality BWML model can be used to improve HOTs-based learning outcomes. Further research can be focused on looking at the effectiveness of the BWML model for improving HOTs-based learning outcomes


model, blended web mobile learning, hasil belajar, higher order thinking skills

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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