THE APPLICATION OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING ASSISTED BY BLENDED LEARNING IN ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY MATERIAL ON COGNITIVE LEARNING OUTCOMES AND STUDENTS’ SELF SYSTEM BASED ON MARZANO TAXONOMY

Silvi Octaviani Asmi, Surjani Wonorahardjo, Hayuni Retno Widarti

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This study aims to determine differences in cognitive learning outcomes and self-systems based on the marzano taxonomy student’s who are taught with a problem based learning model assisted by blended learning on the material of atomic spectroscopy. This study uses cognitive knowledge test instruments that have content validation of 90.17% with very good criteria and Alpha Cronbach reliability coefficient of 0.634 in the high category. The research sample was conducted in two research classes at Malang State University. The results showed a statistically significant difference in students’ cognitive knowledge in both research classes (α = 0.050) and the influence of the problem based learning model assisted by blended learning on students' self-systems based on the marzano taxonomy. The results of the study on student cognitive knowledge showed that there were differences in the two research classes and the influence of the learning model on student self-systems. The results of students’ cognitive knowledge are supported by student pretest and posttest scores.

 

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problem based learning, blended learning, cognitive knowledge, self-system, Marzano taxonomy

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