Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(8), pp. 1707 - 1716
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.070809
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Quiz Learning Modelling: In the Development of Thematic Learning on Distance Education Module


Suhartono 1,*, Benedicta Esti Pramuki 1, Bunyamin Mafhtuh 2, Nana Supriatna 2
1 Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia
2 Program Pascasarjana, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia

ABSTRACT

This study analyzed the quality of teaching materials to improve the competence of students and to provide innovation in the development of interactive modules, which are varied by enacting quizzes as an interactive medium textbook in Distance Education. The research method was developed through three steps of research, namely the preliminary study phase, the trial of one on one with three students, and test a small group (small group) with ten students. The application was based on a learning approach as a system (input - process - output) which consists of several inter-functioned components to achieve goals regarding the model to generate the design - implementation - evaluation and follow-up. This research was conducted at the Open University of Indonesia by involving students, lecturers/ tutors in the PGSD study program and experts. The results showed: an improved exercise in the module includes five categories of the need for students to enrichment training, compliance with the depth and breadth of training materials, the pattern of interactive exercises, the language used and exercise equipped. Based on the results of the student questionnaire, it was known that the model exercise/quiz was developed accordingly. So, Teachers/ Students can take advantage of this type of exercise/ quiz as an alternative mastery of the material.

KEYWORDS
Thematic Learning, Module, Quiz, Distance Education

Cite this paper
Suhartono , Benedicta Esti Pramuki , Bunyamin Mafhtuh , Nana Supriatna . "Quiz Learning Modelling: In the Development of Thematic Learning on Distance Education Module." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.8 (2019) 1707 - 1716. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.070809.