Techno Self Online Learning PEVAR: a New Learning Alternative (Paradigm and Construction)

Failasuf Fadli

Abstract


This article aims to build paradigms, strategies, and stages of learning models that can reduce learning barriers so that the learning process can be beneficial for changes in cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects for the better. This research was conducted because it saw the reality of the problem of low learning achievement. The method used in this study is qualitative with an induction approach. The analysis used as theory development is the analysis of generic analytic style. The result of this research is an online independent learning model which consists of five stages namely Preparation, Exploration, Verification, Analysis, and Reflection called PEVAR. Techno Self Online Learning PEVAR offers a technology-based self-study alternative. Technological developments can make it easier for students to learn. Information contained in online media can be used as a learning resource. Techno Self Online Learning PEVAR is built based on the paradigm of behaviorism, constructivism, and cognitive. The purpose of this learning model is to increase learning achievement which is marked by increasing students' affective, cognitive and psychomotor abilities. The strategies used to achieve the goals are commitment, discipline, motivation, confidence, creativity, activity, effectiveness, and efficiency in learning.


Keywords


Self Learning, Techno Self Learning, Online Technology, PEVAR Learning Model, Online Learning

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