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  • 1. BLENDED LEARNINGAPPROACHAPPLICATIONPROSPECTFACTORSPROMOTE
  • 2. BLENDED LEARNING APPROACHUSEFULNESS FOR RATIONALESTUDENTS Access equally all learning content Gauge the progress of learning outcomes Participate in, and engage with interactive learning opportunities Use synchronous collaborative learning
  • 3. BLENDED LEARNING 3 aspects: e-learning, face-to-face, APPLICATION cooperative learning Learning experience technology which integrates A learning process whichsome methods combining the students learn in pairs orutility of technology like DVD, groups in order to TV, computer, website with maximize students to face-to-face learning communicate each other. Combines face-to-face learning, the utilization of technology in learning, and learning activity in pairs or groups comprising three types of interaction: social, material, and teacher interaction
  • 4. BLENDED LEARNING Even Blended Learning promising many advantages, however it also offer disadvantages such as internet cost, computer availability, human resources in technology, teachers’ and students’ readiness, institiution support, and internet abuse anxiety PROSPECT GOOD Technology utilization in education is increasing and appreciated. In higher education, students are required to have knowledge and competence in technology to support their future profession in global workplace The government supports the utilization of technology for the future
  • 5. BLENDED LEARNING BeLCA ANALYSIS DESIGN PREPARATION AND ADDIE DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION (PRE-TEST) EVALUATION FEEDBACK
  • 6. BLENDED LEARNING FACTORS PROMOTEInstitutional Success Factors Developed organisational needs Organisational readiness Regarding Teachers Developed their own meaning Introduced as a scholary and transformative design Regarding Students institutional practice to carry out evaluationStudents’ learning maturity and Developed professional teachers readiness On-going pedagogical and Students’ expectations technical support Consistent and transparent Considering the teachers’ fears, communication is needed lower student feedback
  • 7. BLENDED LEARNINGPEER SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS 4 (THE GREATEST COMMON FACTOR)TEACHING FACTORS OF 12 ARE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 AND 12EXP: TEACHER EXPLAINS ABOUT THEGRATEST COMMON FACTOR (FACE-TO-FACE FACTORS OF 8 ARE: 1, 2, 4,LEARNING) AND 8 COMMON FACTORS BETWEEN 12 AND 8 ARE: 1, 2, AND 4DOING SOME EXERCISES OF THE GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (E-LEARNING) THE GREATEST COMMON FACTOR BETWEEN 12 AND 8 IS 4
  • 8. IBT AND CBTIBT A form of competence, skill or knowledge assessment through computer or internet A form of assessment or test which is carried out through electronic devices (electronicCBT exam). Electronic exam is a form of exam which is carried out using computer (PC) or other electronic devices in which response is recorded and assessed. For example: TOEFL iBT or TOEF CBT
  • 9. IBT AND CBT POSITIVE CHARACTERMORE FREQUENT USE OF ASSESSMENTTHE TEST RESULT IS MORE MORE BETTER, QUICKLY DISTRIBUTED TO EFFECTIVE, HIGHER TEACHERS FLEXIBILITY,PROVIDES OPORTUNITIES CHEAPER, FASTER, FOR STUDENTS TO TEST AND WIDER THAN PERSONALLY THE ABLE TO INCREASE CONVENTIONAL STUDENTS’ SELF ESTEEM METHODPREFFERED BY STUDENTS RELATED TO THE FASTER RESULT
  • 10. IBT AND CBT OBSTACLESKNOWLEDGE AND MASTERY OF COMPUTER USE KNOWLEDGE AND BARRIERS COME FROM ABILITY OF HARDWARE COMPUTERS’BEHAVIOR AND ATTITUDE OF USERS HAVE GREAT TEST PARTICANT INFLUENCE IN IBT STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC AND CBT ABILITY
  • 11. IBT AND CBT IBT & COMPARISON PBT CBT conducted in places where the internet based tests are not available. to be more advantageous as the advised to register in advance for test is conducted more number this format of test as the seats are of times in this format. Note limited. taking during the test is also recommended for people who want a another advantage for the test paper-pencil based test compared to takers opting for internet based a test on computer screen. TOEFL. TOEFL PBT measures listening, TOEFL iBT measures reading, structure (grammar), reading and listening, speaking and writing writing and takes approximately 3½ skills and takes approximately hours. It is given using paper and4½ hours. It is given on computer pencil 6 times a year at test centers30-40 times a year at test centers where TOEFL iBT is not available. throughout the world.
  • 12. IBT AND CBT IBT & COMPARISON PBT CBTBasic Differences Between Paper based TOEFL And Internet BasedTOEFL Paper Based Test (PBT) Internet Based Test (iBT) 3 ½ hours long 4 ½ hours long The cost of internet based test differs Cost - US $ 140 from country to country from US $ 140 and US $ 185 The score scale for this test is The score scale for this test is between 0 between 310 to 677 points to 120 points The score sheet is mailed to the test The score sheet is mailed to the test takers 5 weeks after the test takers in 15 working days after the test There is no speaking section in the There is speaking section in internet paper based test based test There is structure section in paper There is no structure section in internet based test based test Paper based test is conducted 6 times Internet based test is conducted 30 to 40 in a year times in a year
  • 13. IBT AND CBT IBT & COMPARISON PBT CBTThere are also differences in the section wise structure of Paper based TOEFL and internetBased TOEFL. The table below stresses on the differences: Sections in TOEFL Paper Based TOEFL Internet Based TOEFL Number of Questions – 50 Number of Questions – 34 to 51 Listening Section Time Limit – 30 to 40 minutes Time Limit – 60 to 90 minutes Number of Questions – 1 Number of Questions – 2 tasks Writing Section topic Time Limit – 60 minutes Time Limit – 30 minutes Number of Questions – 40 There is no structure section in Structure Section Time Limit – 25 minutes internet based test There is no speaking section Number of Questions –6 tasks Speaking Section in paper based test Time Limit – 20 minutes
  • 14. IBT AND CBT APPLICATION USING DRUPAL 6 PHP based CMS Drupal usage in BL: www.hartoyomedia.000space.com
  • 15. IBT AND CBT CONCERNS ADVANTAGES OF OBSTACLES OF DRUPAL DRUPALVarious quiz typesScoring flexibility In application: In development:Multimedia compabality Notebook Internet connectionSystematic database and availability Human resourceadministration Time allocation Internet connectionEase and secure usage Power outlet HostingStable, secure, and robust Students’ honestyperformance