The Effect of Problem-Based Learning Strategies and Direct Learning Strategies on Students' Fiqh Learning Outcomes

Lalu Moh. Fahri

Abstract

This study aims to determine whether there is a positive influence on the use of problem-based learning strategies and the use of direct learning strategies on Fiqh learning outcomes for MA Palapa Nusantara students. The type of research used in this research is quantitative research with an experimental research approach with Quasi-Experimental Design research methods. Data collection techniques in the study used tests, observations, and documentation. In the Experiment class, teachers' teaching activities are in the Good and Very Good categories, and the value of student learning activities is 90.2%. While in the Control class, the value of teacher teaching activities is in the Good and Very Good category, and the importance of student learning activities is 80.8%. The prerequisite test shows that the data is typically distributed and homogeneous. It is concluded that using Problem Based Learning strategies can significantly improve achievement or learning outcomes. In contrast, direct learning strategies cannot substantially improve learning achievement or outcomes.



Keywords


learning strategies; problem based learning; direct learning; learning outcomes

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