The Effect of Learning Method Schoology Applications and Learning Style on Student Learning Outcomes
Keywords:Learning Styles, Schoology, Teaching Factory
This type of research is a quasi-experimental research. The purpose of this study is to determine whether student learning outcomes with the LMS method (using Schoology) are higher than conventional and whether there is an interaction between learning methods with student learning styles. The population of this study were all students of the mechanical engineering study program at the PTKI campus Medan. The sampling technique used was cluster random sampling. The control class and experimental class selected each consisted of 20 people. The instrument used to measure students' mathematical achievement is the essay-test. The instrument used to measure student learning styles is a questionnaire. The normality test used is the Lilliefor test and homogeneity test using the Fisher test. Then the ANOVA test was performed with a significance level of 0.05. The results showed that students who were taught using Schoology had high learning outcomes compared to conventional learning and visual learning styles were highest in learning outcomes than other learning styles. But learning styles and learning methods don't have interactions. For further research, it can be done with different learning models and adding other variables to see the readiness of our human resources in facing the industrial world.
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