Optimizing Distance Learning in Craft Learning with the Implementing Blended Learning through Student Inspection (Tilik Siswa) Activities
The purpose of this best practice is to optimize distance learning through student inspection activities, evaluate the implementation of student inspection activities, and describe obstacles and solutions to distance learning through student inspection activities. The subjects of this best practice were the class VII students of VII SMPN 1 Semin Academic Year of 2020/2021 totaling 145 students. Learning with the application of blended learning through student inspection activities was able to optimize Craft learning. 90.3% of students better understand the material of vegetable cultivation through student inspection activities during distance learning. As many as 92.4% of students were happy if the teacher conducted student inspection activities during distance learning as a substitute for face to face at school. The obstacles for the student inspection activities were the inabilities to reach all students due to time constraints, the limited ability of teachers and the geographical conditions where the students live which were far from school and rather difficult to reach. The solution applied was that the implementation of activities can be done outside of class hours, carried out regularly and not only on one material.
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