Effectiveness of Project-based Learning Models to Improve Learning Outcomes and Learning Activities of Students in Innovative Learning
This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Project-based Learning models in achieving cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning outcomes compared to conventional models in innovative learning courses. In addition, to find out the learning activities of students in the Project-based Learning model compared to the conventional learning models. The research subjects were 43 students of Accounting Education S1 class of 2015. The research approach used was quasi-design experiment, while the design used was non-equivalent control group design. Data collection was done using test instruments and non-test instruments. Data analysis was carried out by descriptive analysis. The results showed that (1) the Project-based Learning model in achieving cognitive learning outcomes was more effective than the conventional models in innovative learning subjects, (2) the Project-based Learning model in achieving affective learning outcomes was more effective than conventional learning models. In innovative learning lesson, (3) Project-based Learning model in achieving psychomotor learning outcomes is more effective than conventional learning models in innovative learning subjects, and (4) student learning activities in Project-based Learning models are more effective than the conventional learning models.
Keywords: cognitive, affective, psychomotor, learning activities, Project-based Learning
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