The Effect of Mobile Learning and Learning Style toward Students’ Learning Achievement

  • Akhmad Zaenal Abidin, Siti Masitoh, Bachtiar S Bachri, Muhamad Suhardi

Abstract

This research aims to determine the effect of mobile learning and learning styles on science learning result controlled by motivation achievement. This research used a quasi-experimental method with a 2x2 factorial design. The results showed that: (1) students’ science learning result who used mobile learning was better than direct learning; (2) students’ science learning result who has high visual learning style was not different than lower visual lerning style; (3) there was an interaction between learning approach and learning style; (4) students’ science learning result who used mobile learning was higher than direct learning compared with the group of higher visual learning style students; (5) students’ science learning result who used mobile learning was not different than direct learning to the group of higher visual learning style students; (6) students’ science learning result who has high visual learning style was higher than low visual learning style compared with the mobile learning students group; and (7) students’ science learning result who has high visual learning style was not different than low visual learning style compared with the direct learning students group.

Published
2020-05-10
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Articles