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Development Of Project-Based Blended Learning (Pjb2l) Model To Enhance The Ability Of Technopreneur In Higher Education

Volume 4 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition
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Hariyono, Vera Septi Andrini
Blended Learning, Project-Based Learning, Technopreneur, Research and Development.
Competition era of Industrial Revolution 4.0, the development of technology and information, and less learning approach lead to increased skills are challenges in education today. This research aims to develop innovative learning models by combining Blended Learning and Project-Based Learning (PjB2L) on the ability of technopreneur. Research development refers to Four-D design. The study sample consisted of 100 students were divided into experimental and control class. Product research is the development of the learning model with an average score of 4.08 in the category of valid and e-learning in the form of Moodle with an average percentage of 84, 17% in good criterion. The results showed the ability of technopreneur in the experimental class has an average value of 80.36 better than the control class with an average value of 72.60. The learning process becomes more interesting, varied, facilitate communication between lecturer and students, and make it easier to access information. The PjB2L model in this study was designed to provide business incubation for students (tenants) so as to encourage the creation of technology-based start-up Bussines. PjB2L model is able to reduce the intensity students in the use of electronic media to play but more emphasis on promoting learning.
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