The use of E-Learning in motivating students to excel towards learning outcomes

Hendrik A.E. Lao, Ezra Tari, Ishak Nahas, Hengki Wijaya, I Putu Ayub Darmawan

Abstract


This paper examines the use of E-Learning in motivating student achievement towards learning outcomes. The reason for the low quality of student learning makes the author interested in studying this problem. The author wants to see student learning outcomes after using e-learning. Respondents taken were 35 students who took Christian religious education subjects. The results of the study revealed that independent use of the material received very high scores. Student activeness is carried out correctly and effectively, the highest perceived to be at a mean value of 4.35. Students who take advantage of e-learning have high learning outcomes. The use of e-Learning methods, student activeness, and student achievement motivation is implemented correctly and effectively. It is believed to be able to improve the learning outcomes of Christian Religious Education.

Keywords


e-Learning; Learning Outcomes; Motivation; Students

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