Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar Proceedings, The 1st International Conference on Science and Islamic Studies (ICOSIS-2023)

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The effectiveness of blended learning models on students’ learning outcomes in technology courses: a study in the Islamic Religious Education Program at STAI YAPIS Takalar
Nurqadriani Nurqadriani, Sitti Mania, Muzakkir Muzakkir, Muh. Yusuf T., Nurjannah Nurjanna

Last modified: 2023-09-19


This study aimed to assess the effectiveness of blended learning models on students' learning outcomes in technology courses. The research employed a pre-experimental design, specifically using the one-group pretest-posttest design. It was conducted at STAI YAPIS Takalar, with the study population comprising all students in the Islamic Religious Education Study Program during the 2022/2023 school year. Purposive sampling was employed, focusing on students in the fourth semester. The results indicated that, before implementing blended learning models, student learning outcomes in technology courses within the Islamic Religious Education program at STAI YAPIS Takalar were categorized as very low, with an average score of 54.49 and a standard deviation of 18.68. However, after the application of the blended learning model, student learning outcomes significantly improved, reaching a high category, with an average score of 80.65 and a standard deviation of 9.82. Student engagement during the learning process was measured at 81.42%, falling within the 'good' category. The overall implementation of the learning model achieved a score of 82.38%. Additionally, student responses showed a fairly positive category, with a percentage of 71.08%. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that the implementation of blended learning models effectively enhances student learning outcomes.


Effectiveness; learning model based on blended learning; learning outcomes

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