Penggunaan Aplikasi Google Classroom untuk Meningkatkan Persepsi Pembelajaran Digital Mahasiswa

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Title Penggunaan Aplikasi Google Classroom untuk Meningkatkan Persepsi Pembelajaran Digital Mahasiswa
 
Creator Ivan Ashif Ardhana
 
Subject Google Classroom
Digital Literation
Paperless Education
Green Chemistry
Learning Environment Stimulus
Google Classroom
Literasi Digital
Paperless Education
Green Chemistry
Stimulus Lingkungan Pembelajaran
 
Description Telah dilakukan penelitian yang bertujuan meningkatkan persepsi pembelajaran digital mahasiswa menggunakan aplikasi Googleclassroom pada mata kuliah Kimia Fisika II dan Dasar Kimia Analitik. Sampel penelitian adalah 51 mahasiswa semester IV dari dua kelas yang dipilih menggunakan teknik purposive sampling. Desain penelitian yang dilakukan adalah one-group pretest-postest design. Pengujian hipotesis dilakukan menggunakan uji-t dengan bantuan program SPSS 21 for windows. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa ada peningkatan persepsi pembelajaran digital mahasiswa yang dibelajarkan menggunakan bantuan aplikasi Googleclassroom yang meliputi (1) adanya peningkatan persepsi terhadap pendidikan tanpa menggunakan kertas (Paperless Education); (2) adanya peningkatan persepsi terhadap pembelajaran bervisi kimia hijau (Green Chemistry) (3) adanya peningkatan persepsi terhadap literasi digital individu (Individual Digital Literation); dan (4) adanya peningkatan persepsi terhadap stimulus lingkungan pembelajaran (Learning Environment Stimulus). Penelitian ini diharapkan dapat membantu pemangku kebijakan institusi pendidikan menengah maupun tinggi dalam memanfaatkan Googleclassroom sebagai penunjang pembelajaran digital di era pendidikan berbasis teknologi informasi.
This purpose of this study is to improve students digital learning perception using Google Classroom in learning chemistry on Physical Chemistry and Basic Analytical Chemistry courses. The subjects were 51 students of fourth semester at Chemistry Education Departement IAIN Tulungagung selected by purposive sampling. Research conducted by the importance of digital learning that slightly experiencing by mostly rural areas students on previously grade school. The method used in this study was one-group only pretest-postest. Hypothesis test uses ttest done by SPSS 21 application for windows. Result shows there was improvement of students’ digital learning perception taught by Google Classroom application. The result includes: (1) there was improvement of students’ perception through Paperless Education concept; (2) there was improvement of students’ perception through Green Chemistry vision; (3) there was improvement of students’ perception through Individual Digital Literation; and (4) here was improvement of students’ perception through Learning Environment Stimulus. This research may helps stakeholder of education institution to use Google Classroom as supporting tools of learning in digital era.
Keywords
Google Classroom, Digital Literation, Paperless Education, Green Chemistry, Learning Environment Stimulus
 
Publisher LPPM Universitas Negeri Jakarta
 
Date 2020-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jrpk/article/view/13441
10.21009/JRPK.102.04
 
Source JRPK: Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Kimia; Vol 10 No 2 (2020): JRPK - Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Kimia, Volume 10 Nomor 2 (2020); 88 - 93
2597-8772
2252-5378
10.21009/JRPK.102
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jrpk/article/view/13441/9958
 
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