Sunarto, et al.

A Comparison of Students’ Learning Outcomes in Advanced Mathematics Courses through Hybrid Learning

 M.J. Dewiyani Sunarto, Universitas Dinamika Surabaya, Indonesia
Puspita Kartikasari, Diponegoro University
Rizwan Arisandi Sr., Universitas Bina Nusantara

https://doi.org/10.9743/JEO.2024.21.1.10

Abstract

After the COVID-19 pandemic was over, the teaching and learning process in the world of education underwent several changes. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the global learning community to transition within a very short period of time from the traditional in-class method of learning to a mode of online learning. After the pandemic started to subside, even though it had not wholly disappeared, learning was carried out using hybrid learning. Hybrid learning was continued to prevent the re-emergence of the Covid virus by reducing the number of students in each face-to-face class. The purpose of this study is to determine whether there are differences in learning outcomes between online learning and offline (face-to-face) learning. Based on normality and homogeneity tests as well as different tests on pretest and posttest scores, the results show that there are differences in posttest learning outcomes for the Online and Offline Groups, which can be seen from the P Value (Sig.) (0.005) < 0.05. Differences also occur in the results of the work; students in the Online Group were more courageous in trying to solve things in a different way from what the educator teaches compared to students from the Offline Group. With an awareness of these differences, future research can create a learning model that combines online and offline learning to improve student learning outcomes.

Keywords: online, hybrid learning, integral, offline, comparison of learning outcomes


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