Developing Learning Devices Based on Full Online Learning Using the Learning Management System Moodle to Improve Student Learning Effectiveness and Student Learning Independence

Rahma Yunisah, Hermawan Syahputra, Asmin .


This research aims to: 1) develop online learning based learning devices using LMS Moodle which is valid, practical, effective to increase the effectiveness of student learning and student learning independence; 2) increasing the effectiveness of student learning and student learning independence by using online learning-based learning devices utilizing Moodle LMS. This study used a 4-D development model and was carried out in 10th grade state senior high school 18 Medan. The results showed that: 1) The validation of learning devices was developed with a total average value of 4,09 valid categories, the practicality of the learning devices in terms of the analysis of the results of observations of learning implementation with a score in trial I to trial II of 2.7 low category into 3,03 categories being, the effectiveness of learning devices has been determined. 2) An increase in the effectiveness of student learning with a normalized gain index, it was found that in the first trial to the second trial there was an increase in the value from a score of 0,44 to 0,54 moderate criteria and an increase in student learning independence based on the KAM category had an increase from the first trial. to trial II, in the high group it increased to 79 to 85, in the medium group it increased to 69,4.

Keywords: development of learning devices, online learning, student learning effectiveness, student learning independence

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/12-9-12

Publication date:March 31st 2021

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