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Economics Modules for Students of the Economics Study Program, State University of Medan T.P. 2022/2023 (Published)

Learning during COVID-19, which is conducted through online tutorials, provides limited access to students to get information about teaching materials, including economics teaching materials, especially essential materials. As faculty, we are required to be more creative in anticipating this problem, so that the quality of learning has improved. For this reason, it is necessary to compile a module that can be prepared by students, especially modules of the economics course that are in accordance with the requirements of the curriculum of the Indonesian national qualification framework. This research aims to make a module that is relevant and suitable for use in the learning process. The method used is the research and development of Borg and Gall. This research was conducted with students of the Economics Studies Program of the Faculty of Economics of Medan State University with a population of all students who took the Microeconomics course 2022/2023. With samples divided into three, that is, 3 people for individuals, 6 people for small groups and 30 people for field groups. To see the feasibility, this draft of the module was validated by validators who are experts in their fields, and to see the technicality, this module was tested to the students. The results of this study show that this developed module should be used in economic learning

Keywords: Development, Economics, Module, essential

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