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The ability to study independently is crucial for senior high school students, Indonesia is no exception in this matter.
Nowadays, the fast growth of information technology creates many possibilities in regards of self-study, including in it the utilization of video tutorial.
Ainun Najib Alfatih, a postgraduate student in School of Education, The University of Adelaide, completed a research examining the efficacy of video tutorial on learning outcomes of high school students.
His research used pre-experimental design to determine the magnitude of students’ test score improvement who were taught using the self-study method with video tutorials on the remedial process, and to investigate differences in learning outcomes of students after the remedial process using self-study with video tutorials.
Inspired to support young people in his hometown, he chose class XI of SMAN 1 Bontonompo Gowa (high school) as the population.
Statistical analysis resulted in the notion of there are differences in learning outcomes of students before and after using a self-learning with video tutorial in the remedial process.
He recommends that video tutorial can be used in the process of remediation or in-class activities that requires problem-solving process, especially in the case of derivation of equation in Physics subject.
More information could be accessed by contacting Najib in email@example.com
Ainun Najib Alfatih completed his Bachelor of Education Degree (Physics) in Universitas Negeri Makasar.
He is a postgraduate student in Master of Education Program, The University of Adelaide, with support of scholarship from LPDP (Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education).
He is also a current vice president of PPIA South Australia until 2018.
Indonesia Research Update is a joint initiative by GoLive Indonesia and LPDP South Australia that aims to promote and disseminate knowledge and information obtained through research completed by Indonesian students outside of Indonesia.
We sincerely thank Najib and wish the best for his future endeavors in career and life.