The Effects of Brain-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning Strategies on Student Group Mathematics Learning Outcomes Student Visual Learning Styles
La Ode Ahmad Jazuli 1 * , Etin Solihatin 2, Zulfiati Syahrial 2
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1 Halu Oleo University, INDONESIA2 State University of Jakarta, INDONESIA* Corresponding Author


The purpose of this study was to study the effect of Brain-Based Learning and Project Based Learning strategies on the results of mathematics learning in students of visual learning styles in the Basic Mathematics Introduction course at the Teaching and Education Faculty at Halu Oleo University, Republic of Indonesia. This study uses an experimental research method designed with a post-test design. Student learning outcomes data were collected through tests and learning style data collected through questionnaires. Data were analyzed by ANOVA with Dunnet’s further test. The results showed that the learning outcomes of students from the visual learning style group were taught the strategy of Brain-Based Learning higher than Project-Based Learning. The conclusion of the study shows that the student learning outcomes of the visual learning style group taught by the Brain-Based Learning strategy are higher than the Project Based Learning; Student groups with visual learning style preferences are more suitable to be applied with the Brain-Based Learning strategy.


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Article Type: Research Article

PEDAGOGICAL RES, 2019, Volume 4, Issue 4, Article No: em0047

Publication date: 02 Oct 2019

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