Development of e-learning as a medium of simulation learning and digital communication for vocational school students
Keywords:e-learning, online learning media
as a student with other students. Thus, materials or information delivered by the teachers should be
well-accepted by the students and received the right feedbacks. But, when digital simulation and
communication teaching process was conducted, there were some problems. The problems were time,
space/distance, media, limited learning resources which were not able to fulfill the needs of the
teaching processes, and also the psychological barriers within the studentsâ€™ selves. From those
problems, an e-learning teaching media was developed based on the needs, characteristics, and styles
of the students as Z generation nowadays. The development of this e-learning media applied steps
from Lee Owens model, which are analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.
The result of the event then was validated by the material experts, media experts, and the students. The
overall result showed the media was valid and suitable to use as an alternative for getting the learning
resources. The result of the competency test toward students on average achieved 81.7%, which
showed that there was an increase in learning outcome using e-learning, and it reached the minimum
criteria of completeness
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