Upgrading the Teaching Performance of the In-Service Elementary School Teachers through Hybrid Learning Program
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One of the government’s policies to improve the quality of national education is to require the teachers having undergraduate education. The problem with this policy is that the university offering the undergraduate program is located in a distant place, while the in-service teachers are still required to teach their students. For accelerating teachers’ qualification, hybrid learning program, in this case PJJ S1 PGSD was offered as the answer to overcome such a problem. As a member of the 23 Teacher Education Institution Consortium running PJJ S1 PGSD, FKIP Jember University was successful in upgrading 255 in-service teachers from 5 Regencies in East Java as the graduates of PJJ ICT Program. Based on the program evaluation, the graduates of PJJ S1 PGSD program could improve their teaching performance by applying various models of instructions, using various instructional media, providing various learning materials, as well as using the multiple forms of assessment.
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