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This study aims to produce valid, practical and effective electronic modules based on self-directed learning models. So that it can help students learn independently and understand the basic theory of electricity and electronics. This research is research and development (R&D) which refers to the ADDIE instructional development model. The stages in the ADDIE development procedure are Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. The research results are based on the assessment of the material expert validator 77% and media experts 82%, the electronic module developed is valid. Based on the responses of 83% teachers and 84% students, the developed electronic module has high practicality. The effectiveness results are known from increasing students' theoretical understanding as well as testing the effectiveness of the material being tested with quite effective results with an N-Gain value of 62%.