Correlation Between Blended Learning Model With The Perspective Of Learning Effectiveness For Nursing Student
Key words: Blended Learning, Effectiveness Study, E-learning Models, Face to face, Nursing Student, Quantitative corelation.
ABSTRACT: The learning model is one of the enabling factors that influence the achievement of students. That students have a good learning outcomes, the lecturer must choose appropriate learning models. But in fact not all lecturers choose the most appropriate learning model with the demands of learning outcomes and student characteristics.The study design was descriptive quantitative correlation. Total population of 785, the number of samples are 202 were taken by purposive sampling. Techniques of data collection is done by cross-sectional, and then processed through the Spearman test. The results showed no significant relationship between classroom lecture method in the context of blended learning models to study the effectiveness perspective, the p value of 0.001. There is a significant relationship between e-learning methods in the context of blended learning models with perspective of activities study of nursing students, the p value of 0.028. There is a significant relationship between learning model of blended learning with the perspective of nursing students' learning effectiveness, p value 0.167. Researchers recommend to future researchers conduct more research on the comparison between the effectiveness of the learning model based on student learning centers with the e-learning models and its impact on student achievement of learning competencies, as well as to the implications for other dimensions of learning outcomes and others.
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