Development of moodle-based e-learning as a mathematics learning media to improve student learning outcomes in integral materials
Keywords:E-Learning, Moodle, Learning Outcomes, Integral
This study aims to: (1) develop e-learning in mathematics, especially integral material for class XI students; (2) to determine the feasibility of e-learning products; and (3) to determine student achievement after using e-learning. This type of research is Research and Development (R&D), which is adapted from the Alessi and Trollips model. The development procedure includes planning, design, and development. This study shows the following results; (1) E-learning products can be developed by an online learning management system (LMS) created with Moodle application software; (2) e-learning products in mathematics have met the criteria and are suitable as learning media based on validation from media experts, material experts, and students. The average score of the media experts was 3.95 in the good category, the average score of the material experts was 4.5 in the very good category, while the average score of the students’ assessment was 4.27 in the very good category; (3) the process of learning mathematics using e-learning can be considered more effective which is indicated by the increase of student achievement. The increase in student learning achievement can be seen from the average scores of the pretest and posttest results, namely 66.57 and 90.57, with the percentage of student learning completeness of 100%.
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