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Journal: Academic Research International (Vol.7, No. 2)

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Page : 128-132

Keywords : productivity; e-learning; internet; education;

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Science is believed to be a chain breaker of poverty. Therefore science should be given equally to all people regardless of urban or in remote communities. So that people get used to learn the science should be displayed and presented with a straightforward, clear, attractive and the most important part is that it can be studied and accessible by the entire society to knowledge equalization can be achieved. Internet use is currently the best alternative could be favored to achieve even distribution of knowledge. Implementation of e-learning as "using ICT to learn" is believed to be able to overcome the problem of educational equity. It can be seen from the level of effectiveness and efficiency. The impact of its efficiency and the effectiveness, e-learning is expected to increase the productivity of learning. Target so that e-learning can improve productivity requires an educator for creative thinking that online learning can be easily understood by the public. It is necessary for productive creative learning models that learning as it rests on constructivist theory, which means that the study is an attempt of giving meaning to the student based on his experiences, students can incorporate new ideas into previous knowledge. Hopefully, through productive creative learning students can develop the creativity to produce a product based on its understanding. Increased productivity of learning can be done through the incorporation of e-learning with creative learning productive, because they both have similarities which requires students to learn (1) active (not depend on the teacher), (2) creatively develop their knowledge, (3) constructive (combining new ideas into the knowledge that has been held previously, (4) collaborative (students can work with the group).

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