Faridatun Nadziroh, Handi Rahmannuri, Evy Nur Amalina


Vocational students are students with a practical curriculum greater than theory. With learning composition of 60% practicum and 40% theory make a requirement of learning model approach for vacational students, so it can facilitate lecturers to deliver the theory maximally. The success rate of delivering the material is measured based on questionnaires obtained by the student. On this basis, the authors implement the blended learning model as the main effort to improve the quality learning of vocational students. The blended learning model is a combination of face-to-face learning with online learning. The results analysis of research carried out from the questionnaire about the comprehension of lecture material. The results showed the average value of the questionnaire results was 3.80 which was included in the "Good Understanding" category. The validity result showed a value of 0.51, it meant a high validity with "good" value.

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