Usability of innovative learning models in higher education

  • Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
  • I Nengah Astawa Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
  • Nengah Dwi Handayani Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Keywords: usability, innovative, learning models, education


The present study was conducted to analyze the teaching models employed by English language lecturers in higher education. The analysis includes the selected teachings models and their implementation in real classroom settings. This study made use of a qualitative research design in which the data were analyzed utilizing deep argumentation and the analysis was presented descriptively. The required data were collected through direct observation and in-depth interviews with the selected English language lecturers. The collected data were analyzed in a comprehensive analytical manner to obtain the findings. The findings of the present study indicated that English language lecturers employed various models of teaching. The selected teaching models are based on currently developed language approaches. The classroom observation indicated that the teaching models are sufficiently effective in improving students’ competence. The study implies that English language lectures should maintain the use of appropriate teaching models to enhance their students’ competence.


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How to Cite
Mantra, I. B. N., Astawa, I. N., & Handayani, N. D. (2019). Usability of innovative learning models in higher education. International Journal of Social Sciences, 2(1), 38-43.