Design and Implementation of Moodle 2.4 Based E-Learning System with Team Builder Module for English Language Studies at Koperasi Vocational High School

Patwary, Mahmud Al Haq (2013) Design and Implementation of Moodle 2.4 Based E-Learning System with Team Builder Module for English Language Studies at Koperasi Vocational High School. S2 thesis, UNY.

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Abstract

This research was aimed: 1) to yield an appropriate e-learning for English language studies in vocational high school, 2) to evaluate the suitability of the developed e-learning in terms of appropriateness, accuracy and clarity, screen presentation and design, and appropriateness of the team builder module aspect, and 3) to evaluate the effectiveness of the e-learning in practical application. This research and development (R&D) study used Alessi and Trollip’s model rearranged following ADDIE model, where the development of instruction followed Dick and Carey’s model and need assessment procedures adapted from Lee & Owens. The development of the e-learning was conducted in six phases, explicitly: analysis, planning, design, development, implementation and evaluation. The Alpha testing of the product was done by two experts. The Field testing of the study was done in Koperasi Vocational High School, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, where 50 students of class XI and 9 teachers participated for beta testing. The primary contents of the e-learning were topics of English language studies for class XI. The data from the evaluation and need assessment were collected using printed questionnaires, test and through interviews. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. The appropriateness of the e-learning according to alpha testing results, in terms of the instructional and content aspect is “Very Appropriate” with the overall average score of 0.928 (out of 1.00) and in terms of the media aspect is “Very Appropriate” with the overall average score of 0.972 (out of 1.00), Hence, the overall appropriateness of the e-learning from the alpha testing is “Very Appropriate” with the overall average score of 0.95 (out of 1.00). The quality and appropriateness of the e-learning from the beta testing by teachers is “Excellent” with the overall average score of 4.55 (out of 5.00), and by students was “Excellent” with the overall average score of 4.44 (out of 5.00). Hence, the overall quality and appropriateness of the e-learning from the beta testing is “Excellent” with the overall average score of 4.49 (out of 5.00). From alpha testing, the appropriateness of the Team Builder Module is “Very appropriate” (score 1.0 out of 1.0). From beta testing, the overall quality of the Team Builder Module is “Excellent” (average score 4.52 out of 5.00). So, the quality of the Team Builder module is “Excellent” and it is “Very Appropriate” for the students. The average score of the students raised by 3.82 points (or 42.44%) in the post-test from pre-test score, the minimum score of the students raised by 5 points and the maximum score of students raised by 2 points after using the e-learning. The minimum score of the post-test (i.e. 8) is more than the maximum score of the pre-test (i.e. 7), so it could be concluded that the use of e-learning does not deteriorate the performance of the students but improve students’ performance. Therefore, the e-learning is highly effective.

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Uncontrolled Keywords: design, implementation, e-learning, moodle, team builder, vocational high school
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan Kejuruan
Pendidikan > Teknologi Pendidikan
Divisions: Program Pascasarjana > Teknologi Pembelajaran
Depositing User: Users 57 not found.
Date Deposited: 17 Apr 2016 23:52
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2019 08:10
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/31114

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