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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Effects Of Schoology Online Cooperative Learning To Learning Achievement

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AUTHOR(S)

Lustiana Sari, Dwi Sulisworo, Moh Toifur, Nurul Huda Abd Rahman

 

KEYWORDS

Cooperative learning, pair checks type, Schoology, learning achievement, learning interest, physics learning, online learning.

 

ABSTRACT

Physics teachers began to believe that online learning provides opportunities for improving student learning achievement. This study aims to determine the impact of online learning assisted by Schoology on student learning achievement in physics learning. The research subjects were 11th-grade students in secondary schools in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The design of this study is a pretest-posttest controlled group. The material taught is the dynamics of rotation and balance of objects. This study used covariates, including prior knowledge, numerical abilities, and interest in learning to avoid the influence of other factors on learning achievement in cooperative learning online use a pair check type. The results of ANCOVA show that there are differences in learning achievement outcomes between students who take online learning with students who study conventionally. Covariates were as a predictor of learning achievement. Better results for the class taught online is due to the Schoology feature that is close to social media activities. These results provide opportunities for practical learning that are more in line with the daily habits of students who tend to like social media activities.

 

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