Implementation of Blended Learning In Improving Motivation of Vocational Package C Students At Community Learning Center

  • HERYANTO SUSILO Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia


This research aimed to describe blended learning implementation in equivalency education package C (equivalent with Senior High School) at Community Learning Center (CLC) Pioneer as well as its supporting and inhibiting elements. Qualitative phenomenological approach was employed to analyze data taken from interviews, observations and documentations. The results showed that CLC Pioneer performed three stages in implementing blended learning, including preparation, execution and assessment. It turned out that the implementation of blended learning had impact on improving students’ motivation even though the impact was not significant. The success of the implementation was supported by learning methods, learning media and layout of learning environments, so that it created learning situation which could achieve planned goals. However, the learning process could not be performed optimally due to lack of facilities outside the institution, so that the learning outcomes still could not be maximized.