THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES

Muhfahroyin; Susanto, E. (2018) The Implementation Of E-learning To Improve Students’ Virtual Activities

Journal Of Physics: Conference Series


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ABSTRAK

In the 21st century, it is required to have high-quality human resources with high performance in the virtual communication and disruptiontechnology. Through an e-learning, the students can learn and practice in virtual learning activities to facing the industrial revolution 4.0. It requires condition which can overcome the virtual and real living problems. The purposes of this research are to implement e-learning to increasing the students virtual activitiesof biology education students. Theresearch method was to implement e-learning conducted by using classrom action research. The research was implemented in the even semester academic year 2016/2017 in biology innovative learning subject. Based on the data analysis, the conclusion can be formulated that e-learning can improve the students virtual activities with percentage average score is 43,19%. Based on the research, the researcher suggests that the teachers need to implement e-learning media in the learning process. Hopefully, the learning can prepare the students habit to webbed and ready in the digital era and disruption technology.


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