Online learning innovation in independent learning policy

Belinda Dewi Regina


The existence of the Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact from the economic, health, social, cultural and education sectors, but what is most felt right now is from the education sector so that online learning is carried out. This requires universities to carry out technological transformation of learning in a very short time and requires a lot of readiness for both parties, both for lecturers and students in participating in e-learning training. This study aims to determine the learning innovation in their learning policy. The method used in this research is using qualitative research with a descriptive type of approach. The creativity of lecturers in generating meaningful enthusiasm and critical power of students is not an easy matter. The foresight of a lecturer in making methods and being able to make students excited in online learning needs to be considered. Students are also required to overcome the problem of limited quotas and poor networks. Innovative, collaborative and experimental learning models are one of the lessons in the era of independent learning policies, which are based on Project Based Learning. Project Based Learning. it is project-based and student-centred learning to conduct in-depth investigations of a topic. In conclusion, there are several types of project-based learning management during the pandemic, namely: preparing the technology needed, setting time management, studying seriously and also maintaining communication with teachers and classmates.

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