Blended Learning Method In Teaching And Learning of Renewable Energy


The energy crisis in the future becomes a very crucial issue at the global and regional level. The discussion of other energy substances is an attempt to find alternative energy, one of which is renewable energy. It is necessary to look for renewable energy issues in the lecture forum to find a format that is challenging and fresher, creative and meaningful through the development and use of the Blended Learning classroom flip method. The results of the study showed a significant impact due to the application of the model. With the quantitative method for 500 students participating in the general course of Conservation with the subject of Energy Development, it was conducted in 10 meetings. To obtain data, were used questionnaires, interviews, and tests on competencies, attitudes and design portfolios of renewable energy technologies. The results of the study show a significant impact that students comprehensively understand the concept of renewable energy, have a wise attitude towards the use of renewable energy, competently compile a drafting portfolio. In conclusion, the Blended Learning Model of the Flipp Classroom Method is effectively applied in lectures on Conservation Courses.


Blended Learning , Renewable Energy


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