COMPARISON BETWEEN OFFLINE AND ONLINE PHYSICAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES: AN EX POST FACTO RESEARCH AT SMA NEGERI 30 BANDA MALUKU, CENTRAL MALUKU

  • Andi Ariyanto Universitas Pattimura, FKIP, Program Studi Penjaskesrek
  • Emma Rumahlewang Universitas Pattimura, FKIP, Program Studi Penjaskesrek
  • Jonas Solissa Universitas Pattimura, FKIP, Program Studi Penjaskesrek
Keywords: Learning Outcomes, Physical Education, Offline and Online Learning

Abstract

The offline and online learning processes, which are fundamentally differ, have their own obstacles for students. Especially in online learning, which still has several obstacles, such as low mastery of technology. It can affect the process of student understanding of the material taught by the teacher and will also affect student learning outcomes. This study aims to determine the comparison of physical education learning outcomes offline and online at SMA Negeri 30 Banda Maluku Tengah students. The method used in this research is quantitative using an ex post facto approach. The population in this study were students of class XI MIA-2 at SMA Negeri 30 Banda Maluku Tengah, 25 students in total. The sample used is all students of class XI MIA-2. Based on the results of data processing, the results of the t-test comparison of offline and online physical education learning outcomes obtained t-count is 2.85. While the t table is 2.06. This means that t arithmetic > t table (2.85 > 2.06) then the alternative hypothesis (Ha) is accepted. So there is a significant comparison between offline and online physical education learning outcomes for students at SMA N 30 Banda Maluku Tengah. The existence of factors that can affect student learning outcomes, such as the constraints of students who do not have smartphones or cellphones to take part in online learning, has led to a comparison of learning outcomes between offline and online learning.

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Published
2022-06-14