TANTANGAN DAN PELUANG PEMANFAATAN BLENDED LEARNING MASA COVID 19 DALAM PEMBELAJARRAN PENDIDIKAN JASMANI

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One type of discovering that can foster understudy learning autonomy is mixed learning, this learning consolidates internet learning just as vis-à-vis. This type of learning permits understudies to adapt adequately and proficiently, more effectively access showing materials, and at last improve understudy learning autonomy since learning is done freely. Attributes in actual instruction in rudimentary and optional schools just as sports training in colleges that have a specific spotlight on advancement make the learning interaction can not be completely carried out online on the grounds that it will block the learning of the development required. Mixed Learning in a few examinations finished up to have an assortment of positive effects in the advancement of teacher capabilities and instructive staff to exploit the improvement of innovation and data. Moreover, in past research understudies inferred that the use of video in innovation and data mixed learning gives an improvement in their abilities moving acquiring.

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