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DESIGNING BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAM FOR ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION (AN INITIATION TO CREATE COLLABORATIVE TEACHINGS AMONG ISLAMIC UNIVERSITIES)

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Yoyo, Yoyo (2017) DESIGNING BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAM FOR ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION (AN INITIATION TO CREATE COLLABORATIVE TEACHINGS AMONG ISLAMIC UNIVERSITIES). Proceeding 1st International Conference on Islamic Education, 1 (1). ISSN 2541-0113

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Abstract

In the light of globalisation era, Islamic higher education faces many challenges ranging from theoretical to methodological approaches. It seems that Islamic universities are seeking any alternatives to improve its teaching qualities through multi-dimensional approaches. Now days, the need to connect and interact among Islamic universities both national and international level seems to be current trend. According to my experience when I was acted as a program manager on managing four online courses (on leadership, financial management, external collaboration, and quality assurance training) facilitated by the USAIDIndonesia in collaboration with Master Program of Higher Education Management of UGM, I assume that the method can be adopted for teachings (Islamic education subjects, etc.,) in Islamic universities. The method is blended learning that is the combination between face to face meeting and interactions through the online media. On the implementation of the program, there should be a website as an interactive media with the participants. The web provides rules on how to follow the program, time schedule, and course materials. Each week, participants need to spend only three hours to read course materials before the online meeting begin. To make it real on Islamic teaching, it should be an agreement among universities on using blended learning as a new method for Islamic teachings. Once the agreement completed, there should be a university that acted as a host to facilitate the blended learning program. The host university provides all facilities to support blended learning program which includes a web address, media webinar, and a representative room. All materials are provided by the facilitators from among the involved universities. The host invites the facilitators when online meeting will begin. Using this blended learning hopefully will benefit the university students on enriching their knowledge through the interactions with the facilitators all over the world. Institutionally, the program will enhance Islamic universities networks with other universities both national and particularly international universities.

Item Type: Artikel(umum)
Additional Information: diverifikasi oleh Zulfa
Uncontrolled Keywords: Blended learning, Islamic higher education, Islamic teach ings, collaborative teachings.
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Islamic Studies (Fakultas Agama Islam) > S1-Bahasa dan sastra Arab
Depositing User: Dr Yoyo Yoyo, M.A
Date Deposited: 30 Nov 2017 02:43
Last Modified: 30 Nov 2017 02:43
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/8079

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