PENGEMBANGAN BLENDED LEARNING UNTUK CALON GURU PAUD PADA MATA KULIAH PENDIDIKAN ANAK BERKEBUTUHAN KHUSUS
Keywords:blended learning, pendidikan anak berkebutuhan khusus, calon guru paud
The Early Childhood Education (PIAUD) department in UIN Jakarta still needs to
improve higher quality lecture programs following the present technology. This
study aims to develop blended learning in the Special Needs Education (SNE) course
at the PIAUD department in UIN Jakarta. This study uses a research and development
method using the Dick and Carey model with 10 stages. The sample in this
study was 55 PIAUD students taking SNE courses. Data were collected using observation
and tests. Quantitative data were tested using the t-test to measure the pre and
post-test values. The results showed the development of blended learning carried out
in the SNE course in the PIAUD study program can be developed adequately with a
media expert score of 3.38 with a good category, a material expert of 3.5 with a good
category, and a learning design expert of 3.44 with a good category. The effectiveness
of the implementation of blended learning in the SNE course in the PIAUD
department was 34.5, from an average pretest score of 43.47 to an average post-test
score of 77.97
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