Research Findings on Differences in Academic Achievement between Online and Conventional Learning: A Review of Systematic Trends

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Didi Mulyadi, Budi Sulistiyo Nugroho, Festus Evly R.I. Liow, Vani Wirawan, Lela Susanty


This literature review study describes the differences in student learning achievement between distance approaches with conventional or face-to-face approaches during 2020 when the COVID-19 outbreak hit the world. We have collected data electronically on many databases such as Google Scholar, ERIC Publications, and others. Because this study is a literature review system, we analyzed it qualitatively using the data coding approach, extracting, in-depth evaluation, interpretation, and withdrawal of the population as accurate, valid, and trustworthy data findings. For the data to be more recent, we have systematically chosen between publications in 2010 and 2021. Brought by the qualitative descriptive design, the results include online learning methods that have proven to be more effective in increasing student motivation on student's learning achievement during schools closed due to the pandemic. Compared to learning the traditional way, the online learning method is indeed exciting, practical, fun, efficient, personalize, safe from worrying about being attacked by COVD-19. Thus these findings add knowledge to many parties.


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