The Effectiveness Of The Problem Based Flipped Classroom Learning Model In Programming Algorithm Courses

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Elvira Asril , Nizwardi Jalinus , Fahmi Rizal , Ambiyar


This study aims to develop a problem based flipped classroom learning model in the programming algorithm course. Based on a preliminary study and needs analysis that has been carried out in the programming algorithm course, where there are findings of learning outcomes and the ability to understand programming logic which is still low in students, so it is necessary to develop learning models that are relevant to the current pandemic and industrial revolution 4.0 conditions. The research and development method used is Research and Development, where the method for instructional development applies the ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). With the student center learning system, the problem-based flipped classroom learning model can improve students' 4C competencies (creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration) and can improve the literacy culture of students and lecturers. The implementation of this learning model can improve learning outcomes in programming algorithm courses. There was a change in the attitude of both students and educators in achieving learning objectives.

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