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This research aims to develop a project-based seamless learning model that integrates formal and informal learning in the Islamic economic course, using the ADDIE model. The methods used in this study are divided into two stages. The first analyzes the expert test on the developed product model using the Content Validity Index (CVI) formula. Meanwhile, the second examines the learning outcomes data using the t-test. The expert validation showed the learning design developed is in accordance with the dimensions of Mobile Seamless Learning (MSL), and the developed Seamless learning model fulfills the requirements to be implemented in learning. Likewise, the results of the trial results showed Seamless Learning design developed can improve learning outcomes in the Islamic economic system course.


Seamless Learning Project Based Learning Learning Outcomes Islamic Economic System Course

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Safiah, I., Degeng, I. N. S., Setyosari, P., & Ulfa, S. (2020). Design and development of seamless learning to improving learning outcome of Islamic economic course: a case study in Indonesia. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 16(3), 60-67.


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