ENGAGING TO STUDENT – STUDENT INTERACTION USING FLIP MATERIAL IN ZOOM MEETING DURING DISTANCE LEARNING

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Dewi Kurniawati

Abstract

Covid -19 pandemic gives dynamic changes in all issues, especially in education. English as both practical and theoretical subjects must be adaptive to technology. It has to engage more active student-student interaction as students are the center of the teaching-learning process. This study was conducted to measure student-student interaction using flip materials in the Zoom meeting. Results show that flip- material promotes autonomous learning to support students' join the e-learning virtually and gives students’ better room to engage in the virtual classroom with various discussions. From the results, we can introduce flip methodology provides better and more effective distance learning and Zoom meeting accommodate the student-student interaction through its varied features like breakdown, inbox chat, and poll.

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Author Biography

Dewi Kurniawati, "Politeknik Negeri Jakarta"

Jurusan Teknik Informatika dan Komputer
How to Cite
Kurniawati, D. (2021). ENGAGING TO STUDENT – STUDENT INTERACTION USING FLIP MATERIAL IN ZOOM MEETING DURING DISTANCE LEARNING. Epigram, 18(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.32722/epi.v18i1.3695

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