Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2017)

The Effect of Learning Strategy and Creative Thinking on Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Learning Outcomes

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Resien Resien
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Available Online October 2017.
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blended learning, expository learning, creative thinking, information technology and communication.
Abstract
The objectives of this research was to determine the effect of learning strategies (blended learning and expository learning) and creative thinking on information communication and technology (ICT) outcomes. This research conducted at SMA Methodist Tanjung Morawa, North Sumatera during September to November 2016, and used a quasi-experimental method with a 2x2 factorial treatment by level design. The participants were 32 students were devided into two treatment classes. Data analysis of variance (ANOVA) with significance level 0,05. The result indicate that : student's ICT outcomes who uses blended learning is better than expository learning; there is an interaction between learning strategy and creative thinking; student's ICT outcomes who uses blended learning is higher than expository learning to the student group of higher creative thinking; and student's ICT outcomes who uses blended learning is lower than espository learning to the student group of lower creative thinking.
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