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E R Wardani, Mardiyana, D R S Saputro
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1808; doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1808/1/012044

Abstract:
This research is a descriptive quantitative research that focuses on evaluating learning using online media with the aim of (1) knowing the effectiveness of online mathematics learning that is expected by class XI students of SMA Negeri Kerjo as an effort to suppress the spread of covid-19 in the school environment; (2) knowing the obstacles in online learning; (3) knowing student suggestions to increase the effectiveness of online mathematics learning. The study population was all students of SMA Negeri Kerjo. The research sample was students of class XIA1 selected using simple random sampling by considering population homogeneity. Data were collected using an online questionnaire. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis. The results are(1) students rated online mathematics learning as ineffective (46%), very ineffective (27%), effective (17%), and very effective (10%); (2) the obstacles faced by students were the unstable internet network, limited internet quota, lack of time in discussion and assignment collection, and too many assignments; (3) to improve online mathematics learning during the Covid-19 pandemic, suggestions from students that need to be considered: learning through easy media, providing simple material, minimizing sending video to save quota, extending assignment time, and reducing assignments.
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