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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 117-122

Life Skill Education Development Through Project-Based Learning in Distance Learning at MI Al-Falah UM

Tutuk Ningsih, Heru Kurniawan, Sri Rahayu.


The Covid-19 pandemic requires student and teacher to do distance learning/online learning to prevent the formation of new cluster of the spread of the Corona virus. Without face-to-face learning, teacher’s role as a facilitator will be minimal. Therefore, teacher must be able to design an appropriate learning activity model to make effective and efficient learning. So that the objective of learning can be achieved optimally. One of them is by focusing home learning activity on life skill education regarding the Covid-19 pandemic through Project-Based Learning (PjBL). Project-Based Learning (PjBL) focuses on encouraging student to create interesting learning experience by thinking creatively and working together to create real project to solve problem faced through: (1) personal skill, equip the student in identifying various problems faced during the Covid-19 pandemic through various information; (2) academic skill, equip the student to make academic procedure to solve problem during the Covid-19 pandemic; (3) social skill, enable the student to communicate problem with social environment so that they can find a formula for solving their environment problem; (4) vocational skill, make skilled student in solving problem with the product that they created. This is where Project-Based Learning (PjBL) developed by MI Al-Falah UM during the Covid-19 pandemic is able to improve students’ life skills during distance learning.

Key words: distance learning, life skill education, project-based learning.

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