This study aimed to determine: 1) the implementation of SAVI learning in the Management Laboratory and Quality Assurance in School Laboratories, 2) to determine the relationship between achievement and learning activities on student learning styles. This study used a correlation study with a sample of 40 students. This study used to test and non-test data collection techniques. Test research used the mid-test and final-test scores while the non-test score used the student learning activity questionnaire and the student learning style questionnaire. Based on the results of the study concluded that the implementation of SAVI learning by involving all physical activities in each learning process in the form of presentations and questions and answers, practicum and the making of learning videos. Student achievement scores at the mid-test and final-test were 68.275% and 72.625% while learning activities reached 53.833% at the mid-test and 55.237% at the final test. The relationship between learning achievement and student learning activities on learning styles that include visual, auditory and kinesthetic and there was no significant relationship between the two variables.
Application of somatic, auditory, visual, and intellectual (SAVI) learning in management and quality assurance courses of school laboratories to student learning styles
Beta Wulan Febriana, Muhaimin; Application of somatic, auditory, visual, and intellectual (SAVI) learning in management and quality assurance courses of school laboratories to student learning styles. AIP Conf. Proc. 21 April 2020; 2229 (1): 020003. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0002815
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