The Effect of Training with Blended Project-based Learning on The Lecturer's Competence in Developing Teaching Materials
1Fajar Arianto,2Sulistiowati,3 Mustaji,4 Andi Kristanto,5 Andi Mariono
1,2,3,4,5Teknologi Pendidikan, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia

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This research objective was to determine the effect of training with blended project-based learning on the lecturers' competence in developing teaching materials. The research participants consisted of 15 lecturers. The research method was a weak experimental by comparing the results of the participants' pretest and posttest. The data analysis technique of this research used N-gain of the pretest and posttest. The results showed that the N-gain score of 63.61% was classified as medium. Training with blended project-based learning for lecturers had a significant effect in increasing the competence of developing teaching materials. Blended project-based learning could increase the participation and the trainees' positive attitude.


Blended, project-based learning, training, competency, instructional material


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