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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Changing Professionalism Tutor With TPACK Model Based On Interactive Learning Simulation (ILS) Of Greenhouse Concept

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Suherman Suherman



Model TPACK, Interactive Learning Simulation (ILS), Professionalism Tutor Science, Community Learning Centre (CLC).



Experiment research aimed to find out how changing professionalism tutor with TPACK (Technological, Pedagogical, Content Knowledge) model based on Interactive Learning Simulation (ILS) of concept Greenhouse of the 21st century is the research subject tutor activity of the Teaching and Learning Centre (CLC), tutors were selected randomly as much as 7 out of every CLC. The Tutor after the implementation of this model shows that the model TPACK has a positive impact on the quality of the learning process. In detail the impact of the implementation of the model TPACK it is (1) increased knowledge of the subject matter better; (2) Tutor-Tutor is able to plan the learning process to encourage participants to be more active Tutor; (3) Tutor skill in conducting the learning process CLC changed for the better; (4) Tutor efficacy in performing the learning process increases CLC better.



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