Gambaran Pengalaman Pembelajaran Blended Learning Mahasiswa Semester I menggunakan Google Classroom

Resti Rahmadika Akbar, Mutiara Anissa, Dian Ayu Hamama Pitra, Debie Anggraini, Dita Hasni

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The development of technology information in the 4.0 revolution era also affected to education. Higher education is demanded to develop curriculum based on digital literacy and technology literacy. The use of blended learning combines face-to-face methods with Google classroom in the Modul Pengantar Pembelajaran Kedokteran. The purpose of this study is to find out at the learning experiences of students using blended learning. Methods: This is descriptivestudy with cross sectional design. The study sample was first semester students at the Faculty of Medicine at Baiturrahmah University. Data collected through online questionnaire using Google form. Results: The number of respondents was 56 students. As many as 83.9% of students are familiar with the term e-learning or blended learning, 92.9% stated they did not experience difficulties when using google classroom,as many as 92.9% of students recommend google classroom as an effective media to e-learning. Conclusion: the benefits of blended learning can be felt by students, the media deliver learning resources and discussion with students and examine the results of student assignments quickly, and improve student discipline

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33854/heme.v2i1.258

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