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

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Student Learning Outcomes Using Drill And Practice Type Of Computer Assisted Instruction

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Muhamad Arpan, Salaman, Ridho Dedy Arief Budiman, Ambyar, Wakhinuddin



Computer Asissted Instruction, Drill and Practice, Learning Outcomes.



The study aims to determine the effect of the Drill and Practice type of Computer Assisted Instruction model on student learning outcomes. The research method uses experiments with a quasi-experimental form and Nonequivalent Control Group Design. The population of the study was all class XI SMK of the Multimedia Department. Using purposive sampling techniques, the sample of the study was class XI B as an experimental class and class XI A as a control class. Data collection techniques used measurements and data collection tools used tests. Data analysis techniques used the T-test. The result of the study showed that the Drill and Practice type of Computer Assisted Instruction model affected the student learning outcomes.



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