Development of Learning Models for Programming Algorithms
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Keywords

learning model, algorithm, e-learning.

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Efendi, Y., Situmorang, R., & Musnir, D. N. (2019). Development of Learning Models for Programming Algorithms. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 4(2), 102-104. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v4i2.751

Abstract

This research aims to develop a learning model of Programming Algorithms and the Data I Structure of e-learning assistance. Research and development of this model will produce products in the form of print modules, learning designs and e-learning assisted media for Algorithms and Data I Structure courses.  Development of learning models for Programming Algorithms and Structure of Data I for e-learning assistance using the Dick and Carey model design modified with the Trollip and Alessi models. The steps taken in the development of this model are preliminary research, planning and model development, validation, evaluation and revision of the model, and implementation of the model.  Validation results from experts consisting of 93% learning design experts, 95% material experts, and 87% of media experts recommend that this development model is used in learning Programming Algorithms and Structure of Data I. As for the implementation of individual trials are achieved 95% achievement, a small group trials reaching 95%, and a field test achieved 96% success. The conclusion of the expert validation process and the results of trials, that the development of learning models of Programming Algorithms and Structure of Data I for e-learning assistance is feasible to be used in learning.

https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v4i2.751
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