The Effectiveness of Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Methods on Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education

Authors

  • Candra Abdillah Universita Pamulang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37010/int.v2i2.335

Keywords:

online learning method, synchronous, asynchronous, learning outcomes

Abstract

The purpose of the study was to determine the achievement of student learning outcomes, classical completeness, and differences in student learning outcomes using synchronous and asynchronous online learning methods for students in higher education. The population of this research is the fifth semester students, Economics Education Study Program, Pamulang University. The research sample was students of class 05PIEP001 and 05PIEP001 with simple random sampling technique. The research approach uses a quantitative methodology with a Quasi Experiment type Non-Equivalent control group design. The data collection instrument is in the form of multiple choice items and descriptions. Data analysis used one sample t-test, proportion test, and independent sample t-test with the condition that it was normally distributed and had homogeneous variance. The results of the study are: (1) the average learning outcomes of educational Psychology courses for students who apply the synchronous learning method is 84.8 with the details of the sig count result value of 0.239. (2) the classical completeness of student learning outcomes applying the synchronous learning method is more than 85% of 26 students with details of the Zcount value of 2.45. (3) there is a significant difference between the average student achievement taught by the synchronous learning method and those taught by the asynchronous learning method in the Educational Psychology course with a detailed value of sig 0.000.

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Published

2021-09-30

How to Cite

Abdillah, C. (2021). The Effectiveness of Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Methods on Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education. INTELEKTIUM, 2(2), 144–154. https://doi.org/10.37010/int.v2i2.335
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