Kolaborasi dalam Pendidikan Vokasional: Mewujudkan Pembelajaran Teradun Melalui Teknologi Web 2.0

Collaboration in Vocational Education: Delivering Blended Learning Through Web 2.0 Technology


  • Muhamad Azhar Stapa Institut Aminuddin Baki, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Mohamad Ibrahim Computing Department, Faculty of Art, Computing & Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia
  • Amri Yusoff Computing Department, Faculty of Art, Computing & Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia




pembelajaran teradun, vokasional, kolaborasi, Web 2.0, Kolej Vokasional


Kolaborasi dalam pendidikan vokasional melalui teknologi secara blended learning. Blended learning (BL) atau istilah dalam Bahasa Melayu ialah pembelajaran teradun, menggambarkan sebuah model pembelajaran hibrid di mana pendekatan pengajaran tradisional secara bersemuka dan aktiviti pembelajaran secara elektronik. Pembelajaran kolaboratif adalah satu pendekatan pendidikan untuk pengajaran dan pembelajaran yang melibatkan kumpulan pelajar bekerjasama untuk menyelesaikan masalah, tugasan, atau mencipta sesuatu. Ulasan keberkesanan pembelajaran BL melalui kolaborasi, bermula dengan konsep istilah dan kelebihan dari kaedah kolaborasi melalui teknologi Web 2.0. Kaedah pembelajaran yang terhasil dapat meningkatkan pengetahuan dan kemahiran pelajar dalam kolaborasi melalui teknologi. Kaedah pembelajaran secara BL adalah juga sebagai sebahagian dari langkah transformasi pendidikan vokasional. 

Collaboration in vocational education through technology in blended learning. Blended learning (BL) or its term in Malay language is mixed mode of learning, describing a hybrid learning model where face-to-face traditional teaching approaches and electronic learning activities. Collaborative learning is an educational approach for teaching and learning that involves a group of students working together to solve problems, tasks, or create something. BL learning effectiveness reviews through collaboration, starting with the concept of terms and advantages of collaborative methods through Web 2.0 technology. The resulting learning methods can enhance students' knowledge and skills in collaboration through technology. BL learning methods are also part of the transformational vocational education move.


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Stapa, M. A., Ibrahim, M., & Yusoff, A. (2017). Kolaborasi dalam Pendidikan Vokasional: Mewujudkan Pembelajaran Teradun Melalui Teknologi Web 2.0: Collaboration in Vocational Education: Delivering Blended Learning Through Web 2.0 Technology. Journal of Information and Communication Technology in Education, 4, 35–51. https://doi.org/10.37134/jictie.vol4.4.2017