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Learning Style and Multimedia: An Effort to Improve Student Learning Outcomes in Integrated Social Sciences Lessons

Version 1 : Received: 24 February 2019 / Approved: 25 February 2019 / Online: 25 February 2019 (14:25:48 CET)

How to cite: Abd. Gani, A.; Ibrahim, N.; Khaerudin, K. Learning Style and Multimedia: An Effort to Improve Student Learning Outcomes in Integrated Social Sciences Lessons. Preprints 2019, 2019020225 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201902.0225.v1). Abd. Gani, A.; Ibrahim, N.; Khaerudin, K. Learning Style and Multimedia: An Effort to Improve Student Learning Outcomes in Integrated Social Sciences Lessons. Preprints 2019, 2019020225 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201902.0225.v1).

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of exogenous variables namely learning media (conventional media and multimedia) and learning styles (visual and auditory) on endogenous variables namely learning outcomes of integrated social science (history, geography, and economics). The influence in question is the visible difference in learning outcomes of students who have visual and auditory learning styles after getting treatment by applying multimedia controlled with conventional media on integrated social science learning. The research team involved 50 students who were divided equally into experimental groups and control groups. In the first stage, the team conducted a questionnaire of 36 questions to divide students into two parts, namely the auditory and visual learning style groups. The second stage provides treatment with the use of multimedia and conventional media. Finally, analyze data and test hypotheses from the results of tests that have been given. Based on the results of data analysis obtained information that the learning outcomes of students who have auditory learning styles taught with multimedia are the same as the learning outcomes of students who have a visual learning style taught with conventional media, then the learning outcomes of students who are taught multimedia with visual learning styles are higher than with students with auditory learning styles. That is, students with a visual learning style are more appropriately taught with multimedia and produce higher scores than students with auditory learning styles.

Subject Areas

learning style; multimedia; learning outcomes

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