DEVELOPMENT OF VIRTUAL LEARNING MODEL FLIPPED CLASSROOM

Rita Mariyana, Badru Zaman, Rudiyanto Rudiyanto

Abstract


This research introduces a new learning pedagogical approach, the Virtual Flipped Classroom (VFC). The VFC is an integration of two concepts: the Flipped Classroom and Virtual Teaching. This study aims to improve students’ learning abilities through the use of the flipped virtual classroom model. This research utilised a research and development, with a purposive sampling technique that studied active students in Early Childhood Teacher Education Program (henceforth-ECTE Program). Data from students’ final examination scores, questionnaires, were analyzed using quantitative and qualitative approach. The final products were a virtual model flipped classroom software along with its digital based classroom design.

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virtual learning, flipped classroom

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