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Authors: Rusman Rusman and Ronny Mugara

Affiliation: Curriculum Development Study Program, Postgraduate School and Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia

ISBN: 978-989-758-314-8

Keyword(s): E-learning, Learning Outcomes, Learning.

Abstract: This research is motivated by the low of mechanical engineering learning result of the tenth grade SMK students. The problem of this study is that whether or not e-learning Model is effective to improve learning outcomes in the subjects of Mechanical engineering in SMK? The purpose of this study research is to produce E-learning Model which can improve students' learning outcomes on the subject of Mechanics Engineering in Building Engineering Skill Program of SMK. This research uses Research and Development (R and D) method. The steps of model development in this study are: field study, relevant document analysis, development study, and program validation. The population consists of three vocational schools in Bandung with the samples are all tenth grade students of Building Engineering Skills Program. The data obtained are analyzed using quantitative (normalized gain score) and qualitative analysis (downsizing, demonstration, and data verification). Based on preliminary study of lear ning outcomes of the tenth grade students of SMK in Bandung on the subjects of Mechanical Engineering is still low which is 32.3% of 356 students who have not reached KKM (minimum mastery learning score). Effort to improve the students’ learning outcomes is by applying the E-learning Model. The results show that E-learning Model is effective to improve student learning outcomes in the subjects of Mechanical Engineering. The effectiveness is indicated by the increase of average gain index, SMK 5 Bandung gain index is 0, 50000, SMKN 6 Bandung gain index is 0.722426, and SMKN PUN Bandung gain index is 0.28120. The increase of the overall gain index is 0.751816. The phases of E-Learning Model developed are: 1) interactivity; 2) independence; 3) accessibility; 4) enrichment, and 5) evaluation. Implementation of E-learning Model in learning process includes a limited and broad test. The teachers and students’ assumption on E-learning Model is that it is very effective to improve learning outcomes but it needs adequate supporting facilities of computers and Internet networks. It is concluded that E-learning Model is effective to improve learning outcomes of mechanical engineering of the tenth grade SMK Students. The implications are for the development of concepts, curriculum, and learning process in SMK. The recommendations are addressed to principals, teachers, and subsequent research that can be taken into consideration in determining school policy, provision of facilities and instructional media, and subsequent research may take into account the limitations of this study. (More)

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Paper citation in several formats:
Rusman, R. and Mugara, R. (2017). Development of E-Learning Model to Improve Learning Outcomes.In 1st International Conference on Educational Sciences - Volume 1: ICES, ISBN 978-989-758-314-8, pages 152-157. DOI: 10.5220/0007037501520157

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author={Rusman Rusman. and Ronny Mugara.},
title={Development of E-Learning Model to Improve Learning Outcomes},
booktitle={1st International Conference on Educational Sciences - Volume 1: ICES,},
year={2017},
pages={152-157},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={10.5220/0007037501520157},
isbn={978-989-758-314-8},
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TY - CONF

JO - 1st International Conference on Educational Sciences - Volume 1: ICES,
TI - Development of E-Learning Model to Improve Learning Outcomes
SN - 978-989-758-314-8
AU - Rusman, R.
AU - Mugara, R.
PY - 2017
SP - 152
EP - 157
DO - 10.5220/0007037501520157

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