Improving Teachers’ Ability to Implement Hybrid Learning Based on Competency Difference Using The Professional Learning Community (PLC) Model
This study aims to improve the teachers abilitiesin implementinghybrid learning based on competency differentiation. To achieve this goal, Best Practice research results have done to improve the ability of teachers to do hybrid learning based on competency differentiation using the PLC model.The research subjects were all twenty teachers of SMA Budi Istri Bandung. There were three main things from the teachers’s abilities measured after doing hybrid learning based on competency differentiation through the APSTCIRA PLC model,: (1) measuring the implementation of the PLC model APSTCIRA stages, (2) measuring the development of competency differentiation including: critical reasoning, creative, independent, reflecting and appreciating and (3) measuring the differentiation of digital application competencies. In addition to measuring the ability of teachers, the impact on students is also seen, including: learning activity, critical reasoning, creative, reflecting, appreciating, and student learning outcomes. Data analysis is in the form of qualitative interpretation and descriptive summary. The results showed that there was an increase in the teachers’ abilities to do hybrid learning based on competency differentiation after implementing the APSTCIRA PLC model. The improvement of the teachers’abilities has an impact on increasing learning activities, critical reasoning, creative, reflecting, appreciating, and student learning outcomes.