Effectiveness of the use of interactive learning media on student learning outcomes in the digestive system material class VIII MTS Muhammadiyah Kaluarrang

  • Nurul Musfira Faisal Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar
  • Andi Tenri Ola Rivai Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar
  • Andi Maulana Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar


Interactive learning media is needed so that students are motivated to learn and find information related to what they are learning. This research aims to 1) Know the learning outcomes of class VIII MTs Muhammadiyah Kaluarrang taught by interactive learning media; 2) Know the learning outcames of class VIII students of MTs Muhammadiyah Kaluarrang who are taught without using interactive learning media; and 3) Know the effectiveness of using interactive learning media in class VIII MTs Muhammadiyah Kaluarrang. In this quasi-experimental study, a non-equivalent control group was used. All eighth-grade Muhammadiyah Kaluarrang students participated in this study. The purposive sampling method was used to select the sample, which consisted of 22 people from class VIII A, the experimental class, and class VIII B, the control class. Observation sheets and a test of learning outcomes are the instruments used. The homogeneity test, the normality test, and the hypothesis testing were utilized in the descriptive and inferential analyses. Students' average scores for learning outcomes were 61.22 in the control class and 82.27 in the experimental class, according to the study's findings. The significance level that was established was tcount 0.000<0.05. Students who received instruction without the use of interactive learning media had significantly different learning outcomes than students who received instruction with interactive learning media. The implications of this research can be used as a reference and guide for the use of appropriate learning media for both online and offline learning in order to increase students' interest in and comprehension of learning activities.

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