E-Learning During Pandemic Covid-19 Era: Drill Versus Conventional Models

Padrul Jana, Nurchasanah Nurchasanah, Syita Fatih 'Adna


Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been stated by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a pandemic. As a consequence, all teaching and learning processes have been conducted through e-learning. For that reason, this research aims at testing the computer-based drill learning and the conventional learning model through e-learning. The aspect that would be measured is the students’ mathematical reflecting thinking. The research method was the quasi-experimental by employing the pre-test, before the treatment, and the post-test after the treat-ment. The research design employs 2 classes, the 31 students of the control class and 30 ones of experiment class. The result reveals to us that a computer-based drilling learning model would be effective if it is viewed from the perspective of students’ mathematical reflective thinking ability. On the other hand, the conven-tional learning model would not be effectively viewed from the perspective of students’ mathematical reflective thinking.


Mathematical reflective Thinking, Drill Learning Model, Conventional Learning Model, E-learning.

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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