Improved Science Learning Outcomes of SD Integral Hidayatullah Tuban Students in Online Learning (on-line) through zoom, Whatsapp, Google classroom

  • Fendi Andianto
  • Tabitha Sri Hartati Wulandari
Keywords: Learning outcomes, online learning

Abstract

The background of this research is the existence of decreased learning outcomes with the online learning model (on-line). This study aims to improve student learning outcomes in online-based science learning during the Covid-19 pandemic at Islamic elementary school in semanding. This research is a classroom action research with the research subjects of grade V Islamic elementary school in semanding total of 20 students. The online learning method used is through Zoom, Whatsapp and Google classroom. This research was conducted from July to December 2020. The study was conducted in 2 cycles, each of which consisted of planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. Data collection techniques using descriptive analysis techniques. Data collection in the form, a list of student learning outcomes and observation sheets. The results showed that there was an increase in student learning outcomes shown in cycle I an average of 67.50 learning outcomes, which experiencedcompleteness of 10 people (50%) and an increase in cycle II is shown an average learning outcomes of 78.63, which experienced completeness of 18 people (90%). This shows an increase in learning outcomes. The conclusion is that online learning with the Zoom, Whatsapp, Google Classroom method can improve learning outcomes for learning science at SD Integral Hidayatullah Tuban.

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Published
2021-07-30