The Effectiveness of Android-Based Learning Media with Appy Pie toward Indonesian Economics Subject
Keywords:effectiveness, Learning Media, Android, Learning Outcomes.
This study aims to compare the effectiveness of android-based learning media in improving student learning outcomes in Indonesian economics subject.This quasi experiment research was used the Non-Equivalent Design Group design. The subjects of this research were the second semester of Economics student with Indonesian economics subject. From those subjects, student of class A were selected as experimental group and student of class B as a control group. Data analysis was performed by One-Way Analysis of Variance.The result of the research proved that the learning of Indonesian Economics subject using android-based learning media compared to powerpoint-based learning media, which is shown by the average gain score of students with android-based learning media is higher than powerpoint-based learning media.
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