Mobile learning is one of the learning models using mobile technology devices that can support learning (Marinakou & Giousmpasoglou, 2015). Laptops, tablets, smartphones, and other are technology devices that can support mobile learning such as (Göksu & Atici, 2013). From these devices, smartphones are the most widely used devices (Ken Nee Chee, Noraffandy Yahaya, Nor Hasniza Ibrahim, & Mohamed Noor Hasan, 2017). Mobile learning uses a very flexible approach, which allows students to learn wherever and whenever (Your et al., 2014), (Kim, Lee, & Rha, 2017). In its application, lecturers are only as facilitators to excel and hone student skills (Hamdani, 2013). This study was research and development (R&D) (Sugiyono, 2016). Data collection techniques used in this study used questionnaires, walkthroughs, Interviews, and tests of student learning outcomes. The development model used is the adoption of the Lee & Owens development model consisting of 5 (five) phase: assessment/analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. (Lee, William W & Owns & Diana L, 2004) At the phase of assessment/analysis, a needs analysis was carried out from the study. Phase Design carried out several steps in the design of the mobile learning model which consists of the preparation of flowcharts, storyboards, and scripts that will be implemented in making applications and implementing mobile learning models. The development phase is the implementation of the design phase. The app that will be used in building products is Moodle mobile app. At this phase, there will be a presentation of media experts, material experts, learning design experts, and linguists experts. The next step is the implementation, which is the implementation of the mobile learning model. The last phase is the evacuation, which is a field trial involving 26 students. The effectiveness test of the mobile learning model done by giving pretest and posttest to assess the increase in student learning outcomes.
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