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Computer based

  1. 1. COMPUTER BASED .Anisa Putri (15220087) .Arrin Nur Octavialis (15220037) .Dian Ayu (15220096) .Hasna Dian (15220113) .Nurul Aini (15220078) .Putri Ayuna (15220133) .Yulianti (15220149) B1/2015
  2. 2. 1. Definition of Computer Based Learning • What is Computer Based Learning? Computer-based learning is a term that can be used to describe virtually any kind of learning program using computers as a central staple. This approach to learning takes advantage of the interactive elements of computer software, along with the computer’s ability to present many different kinds of media. There are several potential advantages of computer-based learning programs, including the ability for people to learn from their homes and study without the assistance of an instructor. This type of learning has been used as a tool in the midst of a more traditional classroom experience. It has also been used as a primary education method, especially in many online education programs. The use of computers for learning has generally increased with the advancement of technology. The ability of computer hardware to process and present many different media types has allowed for more complex computer learning strategies. The computer-based learning model can be used by a myriad of learning programs across the world. It can also be combined with traditional teaching methods to enhance the overall educational. Computer-based learning is also known as computer-aided instruction.
  3. 3. 2. Characteristics of Computer Based Learning • Utilize the power of the computer (digital media and network technology/computer network). • Utilizing multimedia technology, so that the learning environment to be interesting, not boring and ultimately motivate learners to learn independently. • Utilizing electronic technologies ; where educators and learners, learners and fellow learners or educators and peer educators can communicate with relative ease without being limited by matters of protocol. • Using the media is independent (self – learning materials) stored on a computer so it can be accessed by educators and learners anytime and anywhere if the person concerned needs. • Utilizing Data Exchange (Information sharing) which interactively can be viewed at anytime on the computer.
  4. 4. 3. Role of Computer Based in Learning Activities • Computer based has many role or function in the learning activities, there are: . 1. Cognitive Objectives Computers can teach the concepts of rules, principles, measures, processes, and complex calculations. Computers also can explain the concept by simply by merging visual and audio, animated. Making it suitable for self-learning activities. 2. The purpose of Affective When a program is designed appropriately to give a piece of clip sound or video whose contents arouse feelings, learning attitude / affective can be done using computer media. 3. Psychomotor Objectives With this form of learning that is packaged in a very nice games and simulations are used to create the conditions of the working world. Some examples of programs, among others; aircraft landing simulations, simulation of war in the most severe terrain and so on.
  5. 5. 4. Advantage and Disadvantage of Computer Based Learning • Computer Based Learning has many advantages: a. Provide opportunities for students to solve problems individually b. Provide compelling presentations with animation c. Provide learning content choices are many and varied d. Capable of motivating students to learn e. Capable of activating and stimulating methods of teaching well f. Promoting the development of students' understanding of the material presented g. Stimulate students to learn with passion, the material presented easily understood by students.
  6. 6. h. Students had an experience that is concrete, increased student retention i. Give direct feedback j. Can accommodate students who are slow because it can create an effective learning climate with a much more personal way. k. Can stimulate students to do the exercise because of the availability of animated graphics, color and music. l. The handle is on the student so that the learning speed can be adjusted to the level of ability.
  7. 7. • In addition to the many advantages possessed by this way of learning, computer-based learning also has some disadvantages: a. Learners with low motivation or bad study habits may fall behind b. Without the routine structures of a traditional class, students may get lost or confused about course activities and deadlines c. Students may feel isolated from the instructor and classmates d. Instructor may not always be available when students are studying or need help e. Slow Internet connections or older computers may make accessing course materials frustrating
  8. 8. 5. Example • Training and practice : In this computer-based learning students are given questions or problems to be solved and then the computer will give a response to the answers given student. • Tutorial : This learning model provides a lesson plan that is complexs contains learning materials, exercises and feecback. • Simulations : This learning model presents a system of learning by a process of imitation of the real thing in the form of animation.
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