The Effect of Internet “Blog” as a Learning Media towards the Learning Outcome of Science on Elementary School Students

Mimin, Ninawati dan Maulana, Yusuf (2013) The Effect of Internet “Blog” as a Learning Media towards the Learning Outcome of Science on Elementary School Students. In: 21st International Conference on Computers in Education ICCE 2013, 18-22 Nopember 2013, Grand Inna Bali.

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Abstract:For some students, science is not an interesting subject, this thing impacts on students science comprehension and their studying result that less than the required standart. It is caused by teachers less precise of giving the learning, the teachers only use the lecture method without using the media as an instrument that can support the students science subject comprehension, and the teachers still use themselves as the information source center for their students, so that what happen in the class is Teacher Center.As therapidprogress ofscience and technologythe teachers requiredto constantly innovatein developingquality learningandmeaningful .Weblogas a mediathatcan beused by teachersin teachinghas greatly contributed totheimprovementof student understandingin science teaching.The resultsprovethatthere is an influenceof theinternetas a learning science media to the learning result of the students.This isevidenced by thet-testatsignificance levelα=0.05anddegrees of freedom(df) =58obtainedvalue oft =8.933and thetable =2.002. t count> t table, thenHois rejected. Application ofthe Internetas a learning mediacanhelpstudentsin improvingtheir learning result.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > DJ Netherlands (Holland)
BD Speculative Philosophy > BT Doctrinal Theology
Depositing User: Mimin Ninawati
Date Deposited: 06 Sep 2020 08:36
Last Modified: 06 Sep 2020 08:36

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