The Model of Instructional Design Based on Self-Regulated Learning using Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE)

Mawardi ., Haris Mudjiman, Sri Anitah, Asrowi .


The objectives of this research are (1) to develop a model of self-regulated instructional design by using MOODLE; (2) to investigate how far an instructional model can develop students' self-regulated learning; and (3) to investigate the effectiveness of the instructional design model in increasing students’ study competency moderated by their self-regulated learning. This research used the R & D research method. The procedure of the research consisted of three phases, namely: preliminary study, model design and development, and model effectiveness assessment. In the preliminary study, literature reviews on MOODLE instructional design and self-regulated learning theories and a small-scale field survey were carried out to get an idea of the instructional design model on the basic concepts of Civic Education presently applied. In the phase of model design and development, a model draft was developed to be validated by experts before limited and extended field tests were executed. In the phase of model effectiveness assessment, an experiment using the model of the Matching-only Pretest-Posttest Control Group design and factorial design was conducted. There were 76 participants in this effectiveness assessment, consisting of 36 university students and 2 lecturers as the experimental group, and other 36 university students and 2 lecturers as the control group. The research instruments used test questions to measure the variable of the students’ learning result competency and rubric scales of learning independence to measure the learning independence covariance. The data analysis technique used the techniques of Independent Sample t-Test and ANCOVA. The results of R & D are as follows: 1) The instructional design is executed through the following steps: identifying core competencies, carrying out instructional analysis, carrying out students' characteristic analysis, formulating in-between competency, developing online evaluation instruments, developing instructional strategy, developing Learning Object Materials (LOM), designing and executing online formative evaluation, revising the program, and designing and executing summative evaluation. 2) The model of the instructional design based on self-motivated learning using MOODLE promotes a higher learning autonomy than the instructional design model using CD-ROM and e-mail. 3) The model of the instructional design based on self-motivated learning using MOODLE effectively increases students' learning result competency moderated by their self-motivated learning and is better than instructional design model using CD-ROM and e-mail.

Keywords: instructional design, self-directed learning, and MOODLE

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