Optimizing Synchronous Hybrid Media For Project Based Learning: Prospects Of Learning Policy For Vocational Education

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Riana T. Mangesa , Syahrul ; and Iwan Suhardi


The application of media in online learning is independent and has high interactivity to improve the learning experience because the information conveyed can be more easily understood and learned. The Project Based Learning (PjBL) model is a model that activates students in groups to complete projects and trains them to collaborate. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of project-based hybrid synchronous media in online learning in SMK. The type of research used is pre-experimental research. The research population was 143 students of Computer and Network Engineering (TKJ) who chose Basic Programming subjects, at SMKN 2 Makassar. Determination of the sample using cluster random sampling technique. Collecting data using test instruments, observations and questionnaires. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that project-based hybrid synchronous media, in online learning, was effective for increasing learning activities and learning outcomes during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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