E-Learning Development for Special Education Postgraduate Students

Sri Joeda Andajani, Asri Wijiastuti

Abstract


The specific purpose of this study is to report the process of developing e-learning course on motion-building and mobility for students’ learning at the postgraduate of special education study program. This research was conducted to measure the e-learning capability on motion-building and mobility courses, which were applied through expert validation tests by using instruments in conducting assessments. Whereas the test users are the postgraduate students of special education study program by using the instrument in conducting assessment. The blended learning model of motion-building and mobility courses is designed and packaged offline in online textbooks of motion-building for blind children and motion therapy of cerebral palsy children. Based on the process of assessing the feasibility of the product’s validity and practicality, the product validity test results from the validator on all assessment items get a good result in score 3.6. The assessment results to test the practicality of users toward the product obtain a good result in score 3.4. Based on those results, it can be concluded that the implementation of e-learning on movement and mobility course for learning in post-graduate of special education study program worthiness is proven.

Keywords


development; e learning; postgraduate; special education

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