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Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017
Development of Vertebrata Lecturing Program Based on Learning Object to Improving Students Develop Teaching Materials Skills Based on ICT
Abstract: This study aims to develop a lecture-based Vertebrata learning program aimed at improving students' ability to develop ICT-based teaching materials. This research was conducted in Education University in DKI Jakarta with 25 students chosen by purposive sampling technique. The research method used is Research and Development (R & D) method, with one group pretest-posttest design. The research procedure is divided into three stages preliminary study, development, and testing. In the preliminary study it can be seen that the readiness of students as well as facilities and infrastructure have supported the implementation of learning object-based lectures. In addition, at this stage is also done program map planning and preparation of research instruments. Next is the development stage, at this stage is done program map development, story board design, and integration learning object in LMS Moodle. Program maps compiled at this stage are validated and revised until they are eligible for use. Then, the program map becomes the basis for the development of learning objects that are tested in a limited and uploaded to the sub domain www. moodle. hanasusanti. com. The last stage is the testing phase by implementing lecture-based learning object program in Vertebrata lectures conducted with e-learning system as much as 16 times meeting. During the implementation, the course is considered good by the students. None of the aspects of assessment of learning objects that are considered less and very less, most students assess the learning object developed has been in good category. Student activities observed during lectures based on learning objects include attendance, discussion, quizzes, and independent tasks. During this implementation it can be said that all activities are already in good category, this can be seen in attendance log, quiz score, discussion, and self-task. At this stage also, a preliminary assessment of the ability of students to develop ICT-based teaching materials. Qualitatively it can be seen that the teaching materials produced are not yet varied, because all students only use media power point. After the implementation is done re-testing of the ability of students to develop ICT-based teaching materials. At this stage, students have been able to develop various ICT-based teaching materials. The teaching materials developed include blogs (wordpress), websites (wix, webnode, UIN website, and other paid websites, as well as apps using android, macromedia, prezi, and power point inspiring. These materials also got a good average response Of the students and the good value of the evaluator.
Keywords: learning object, vertebrate, mixed method, embedded concurrency, e-learning, teaching materials, ICT-based teaching materials
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017,
Pages: 1901 - 1909