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STEAMER Hybrid Learning Project for Creative and Computational Thinking: Perspectives from Elementary School Teacher Candidates

Farida Nur Kumala , Arnelia Dwi Yasa , Moh Salimi , Sueb

The computing and creative skills of students in Indonesia are still low since the government has not focused on student creativity and computational .


  • Pub. date: August 15, 2024
  • Online Pub. date: June 12, 2024
  • Pages: 413-429
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The computing and creative skills of students in Indonesia are still low since the government has not focused on student creativity and computational empowerment programs. This research aims to develop a science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics, and reflection (STEAMER) hybrid learning project model for teachers' creative and computational thinking abilities, as well as analyze elementary school teacher candidates' perceptions of the use of STEAMER hybrid learning model to improve teachers' creative and computational thinking abilities. This research is development research with an analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) model. The instruments used in this study were questionnaires and interviews with experts, lecturers, and elementary school teacher candidates. The research was conducted at eight universities in Indonesia with a total sample of 100 elementary school teacher candidates. Through quantitative and qualitative data analysis, the research results have developed the STEAMER hybrid learning project model based on learning theory, syntax, social systems, support systems, and the instructional impact of learning models. The results of the validation show that the developed learning model is feasible in terms of model, material, media, and language experts. The model is suitable for elementary school teacher education. Furthermore, based on the perceptions of the teacher candidates, it is stated that the STEAMER hybrid learning project can develop the ability of the teacher candidates to think creatively and computationally.

Keywords: Creative, computational thinking, STEAMER hybrid learning.

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