Development of BAKULIKAN Blended Learning Model Using ADDIE Pattern

Lulud Prijambodo Ario Nugroho(1),
(1) LPMP Central Java


After conducting an initial study using "websearch" the use of BaKuLiKan learning model resulted in a diversity of student learning outcomes. On this basis, the BaKuLiKan learning model is developed into a blended learning model. The model is then developed according to the ADDIE development sequence. BaKuLiKan is an acronym for Baca-disKusi-Lihat-lakuKan (Read-Discuss-Observe-Do). BaKuLiKan is a series of learning activities for students. The application of this learning model accustoms students to learn to use the Read-Discuss-Observe-Do sequence. The Bakulikan Learning Model itself was first developed in 2004 by the LPA. Nugroho. The development goal at that time was to increase the creativity of students. The BaKuLiKan blended learning model was then developed using the ADDIE pattern. ADDIE (analysis Design Development Implementation Evaluation) is one pattern for developing a learning model. The analysis of initial development needs is that a blended learning model with criteria is needed to improve literacy skills. Although in this model student’s character building is also observed. One indicator of increasing literacy skills is increasing creativity and critical thinking skills of students. This model is applied to 15 classes in different schools. The observation period was carried out collaboratively and collegial teaching and resulting in precise data. The results show that the model can achieve the goals when it is applied to learning well. However, further studies are still needed, so that learning outcomes are steady in schools with various conditions.


Bak Kidul e-learning, ADDIE, literacy, attitude


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