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The Using Of Blended Learning For Citizenship Education Course

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Evi Susilawati



Blended Learning, Citizenship, Civic Education, learning product, Computer technology, UISU, North of Sumatera.



The purpose of this research is to develop the learning of Civic Education based on blended learning in Faculty of Education and Education of Islamic University of North Sumatera (UISU). This research uses mixed methods research. The subject of the research is the students of the Faculty of Education and Education of the Islamic University of North Sumatra. Subject selection is based on a consideration because they have generally mastered the computer and even they have followed the lectures online, so it is suspected will not face technical problems in following the Civic Education course. Data collection using questionnaires with faculty research subjects and students of the Faculty of Education and Education Islamic University of North Sumatra. Blended learning option is to answer the main problems in this research is how to optimize the use of computer technology in the process of learning Civics in the Faculty of Education and Education Islamic University of North Sumatra. Through this research produced learning products. Before actually applied in the learning process in the form of learning management system, as the product of the development will be tested the level of effectiveness, efficiency and interesting in the process of learning Civics.



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