How Does Assure Learning Design Affect Basic Students Learning Outcomes? Quasy Experiment Study

Suryarini, Diah Yovita (2020) How Does Assure Learning Design Affect Basic Students Learning Outcomes? Quasy Experiment Study. Solid State Technology. (Unpublished)

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ABSTRACT Introduction. Learning process in elementary schools generally still applies teacher-centered learning approach. Because the lack of variation in learning designs applied by the teacher, and the lack of active student involvement in the learning process that make students do not understand the subject matter. The aimed was to analyze the effect of ASSURE learning on learning outcomes in elementary school students. Method. Research design used was Quasy Experiment. Sample of this study was elementary school students consist of 100 students with simple random sampling technique and analysis used independent sample t-test. Based on the results obtained, (Mean ± SD) control class pre (60.02 ± 1.2) post-test (Mean 60.30 ± 4.3), preexperimental class (59.25 ± 3.1) post (85.30 ± 2.6). The results of hypothesis testing obtained the t-value of 19.005 and a significance value of 0.000. Thus the t-value obtained was greater than the t-value in the table (19.005> 1.7011), while the significance value was smaller than the α value (0.000 <0.05). Result. There was a significant influence between ASSURE (X) learning design on student learning outcomes on the subtheme of goods and services by students (Y) elementary class. Conclusion. Based on the average value achieved by the experimental class students that the ASSURE learning design can improve learning outcomes in the sub-theme of goods and services in Elementary students. Keywords: ASSURE learning design, learning outcomes, elementary schools, students

Item Type: Other
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Language and Science > Elementary Teacher Education Study Program
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 31 Mar 2023 02:03
Last Modified: 31 Mar 2023 02:03

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