Development of Technological, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge Learning Models Based on Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Geography Teachers in West Sumatera


  • Bayu Wijayanto Universitas Negeri Padang
  • Rahmanelli
  • Rery Novio
  • Wahyu Pratama
  • Nurul Fadila



Geography, MOOC, TPACK


Learning principles in the 2013 Curriculum that is relevant to global developments namely the use of information and communication technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning and the provision of various learning resources and learning media, especially ICT/Multimedia based media and learning resources. The purpose of this research is to determine the ability of geography teachers to use TPACK and to facilitate teachers in implementing technology-based learning models easily with the guidance of 21st-century education. Mooc is an online learning platform that can be accessed for free by the whole community. The type of research is development research (Research and Development). The development model used the ADDIE model. The sample in this research were SMA / MA geography teachers in West Sumatra with trial schools SMA Negeri 1 Pariaman and SMA Negeri 1 Bukittingi. The development of TPACK based MOOC learning model for SMA/MA Geography teachers in West Sumatra is considered feasible and appropriate to use in helping teachers develop and combine three main aspects there are content, pedagogy, and technology in learning at once. The results of the geography teacher TPACK mapping show in the medium category. The implementation of the TPACK-based MOOC learning model implementation shows an increase in learning outcomes at SMA Negeri 1 Pariaman with an N-gain score of 0.71 and SMA Negeri 1 Bukittinggi with an N-gain score of 0.62. Teachers and students assessed that TPACK and MOOC learning helped the asynchronous learning process and by virtual learning.


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How to Cite

Wijayanto, B., Rahmanelli, Novio, R., Pratama, W., & Fadila, N. (2024). Development of Technological, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge Learning Models Based on Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Geography Teachers in West Sumatera. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(3), 337–346.