Development of Group Investigation with Data Research-Based Learning Model

Dea Izza Pantari, Siswandari Siswandari, Khresna Bayu Sangka


Alternative learning to overcome problems and limitations during the COVID-19 pandemic can be solved by developing a learning model that can accommodate online digital data research activities. Research activities on the latest data make it easier for lecturers and students to maintain the latest knowledge. The development of the group investigation with data research-based learning model has been validated by learning experts. The result was in good category reviewed by the feasibility of supporting theories, syntax, social systems, principles of reaction, support systems, learning impacts, accompaniment impact, and learning implementation. In addition, the group investigation with data research-based learning model has been tested for its practicality at the limited trial stage.


Group Investigation; Research-Based Learning; Teaching with Data

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