Blended Learning Solution of the Century

Authors

  • Hanna Halu Oleo University, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • Risma Ftiria Uky Yandini Vocational Education on East Kolaka, Souteast Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • Yulian Arpianto Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia
  • Rizky Neguita Hanna Halu Oleo University, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54783/influencejournal.v5i2.146

Keywords:

Blended Learning, Education, COVID-19.

Abstract

The real condition of the world today is in a phenomenon that brings governments to make a policy in the world of education. The distance learning policy (PJJ) during the COVID-19 pandemic, for example, turned out to be a new problem for education. The implementation of education and learning has undergone drastic changes. Learning is no longer using conventional face-to-face meetings, but is starting to be integrated with online learning. This paper aims to describe learning during a pandemic. This paper also shows that good collaboration between teachers, students, and parents can overcome problems in adapting blended learning methods during a pandemic. The application of the blended learning method in learning requires teachers to be creative in providing a learning platform. The activeness of students in the learning process and parents accompanying students during online learning greatly help the progress and creativity of students during the pandemic.

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Published

12-05-2023

How to Cite

Hanna, Yandini, R. F. U. ., Arpianto, Y., & Hanna, R. N. . (2023). Blended Learning Solution of the Century. INFLUENCE: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE REVIEW, 5(2), 164–175. https://doi.org/10.54783/influencejournal.v5i2.146