Digitalization Learning Media: Review of Students Interest in Using Wordwall Web Learning Media
Interest in learning is one of the determining factors for learning success. Students' interest in learning can be stimulated by the use of interesting and fun media. The digital age requires teachers to utilize technology in developing media that appeals to students. This paper aims to test the comparison of student interests between those who use the Wordwall Web learning media and the Paper test on learning mathematics material reading and interpreting data. The research was conducted in grade 5 MI Ma'arif Patihan Wetan for the 2021/2022 academic year. The study used a quantitative approach type quasi Experimental Design with a sample of 46 students. Data collection is carried out using questionnaires and documentation. The data analysis technique uses the test formula Independent Sample t-Test with the help of SPSS v25 for windows. The results showed that the percentage of comparison of student learning interest in the high category between experimental classes was higher than that of students in the control class. Based on the results of the t test, it shows that t counts 4.674 > 2.021 on the t table and the significance level of 2 tailed 0.000< 0.05 which means that there is a difference in student learning interest between students who use Web Wordwall learning media and those who use The Paper Test.
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