Problem-Based Chemistry E-Module For Distant Learning: Development, Validity And Effectiveness

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Intan Pulungan , Retno Dwi Suyanti , Nurfajriani


Distant training demands innovative, digital-based curriculum and learning models. This study aims to develop PBL-based electronic module in hydrocarbon for promoting the learning outcomes of distant learning training teachers. The module was developed using the ADDIE method which uses the stages of Analyze, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The results of analyses showed that a valid and effective e-module had been successfully developed. According to the Indonesian Standard of Education, this passed the content feasibility, presentation feasibility, language feasibility, and graphic feasibility standard. It means that the e-module was very feasible And did not need revisions.

. The results of the data analysis showed that the use of the e-module had been effective. (p- value - .05) N-gain values ​​for Experiment and Control Class of  teachers’ score in the experimental group (mean=0,81) high categories and the control group (mean=0.65) include in medium categories.

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