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Agribussiness Mobile Based Learning: ADIC Model to Support Students HOTS and Life Skill in Vocational School


  • Hary Soedarto Harjono
  • Budi Prasetyanto
  • Rahmat Murbojono


This study aimed to investigate the effect of the Attainment, Discussion, Implementation, and Conclusion (ADIC) model for learning Agribusiness in Vocational School by utilizing a delivery system model of Agribusiness to attain HOTS and life skill that suitable with material and student characteristic in the vocational school. This was a research and development (R & D) and continued with an experimental study. This study was conducted in class XI of a vocational school (SMK Negeri 10) in Muaro Jambi by involving one experimental class and one control class groups. In this case, the post-test on the experimental class was compared to post-test on control class. As a result, ADIC model as one of the delivery system models can improve and promote students’ HOTS and life skill in the current school effectively. Through the ADIC model, a teacher can take place students as a learner actively to control their learning activity, to attain their knowledge, to compose discussion material and discuss it, to conduct practice and experiment, and to conclude their experiment.

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  • Hary Soedarto Harjono & Budi Prasetyanto & Rahmat Murbojono, 2019. "Agribussiness Mobile Based Learning: ADIC Model to Support Students HOTS and Life Skill in Vocational School," World Journal of Vocational Education and Training, Conscientia Beam, vol. 1(1), pages 42-58.
  • Handle: RePEc:pkp:wjveat:v:1:y:2019:i:1:p:42-58:id:2743

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