Blended Learning Is a Great Solution for Future Learning Model after COVID-19 in Indonesia

Sheren Dwi Oktaria, Badeni Badeni, Alexon Alexon


During the COVID-19 pandemic, the conventional education revolution to technology-based education became the world's spotlight.  Online learning activities are one of the most effective solutions in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic. The government has begun to transitiofrom face-to-face learning (convectional learning) to distance learning (online learning) through. Blended learning activities are one of the best options that can be implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Blended Learning has the ability to improve student learning outcomes in terms of conceptual knowledge and procedural competence. The integrating technology in the learning system with humanistic interactions has a great influence on motivation and achievement of expected learning competencies and skills. Blended learning combines traditional and online learning. Humanistic elements in learning are still used because students direct interaction with teachers as a form of psychological support and some things that need to be explained directly, particularly in affective and psychomotor abilities. blended learning in education enables learners to choose when and where they want to access lessons. Students are not required to travel long distances to delivery location e-learning can be done from anywhere, at any time.


Blended Learning; COVID-19; Face-To-Face Learning; Online Learning

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