Profil beban kognitif siswa SMA selama masa pandemi covid-19

Muhammad Irfan Rumasoreng

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Students' cognitive load is the biggest threat in the learning process, the purpose of this study is to analyze the cognitive load profile of high school students during the Covid-19 pandemic, the sample in this study were 138 high school students, the instrument used was a questionnaire, the research method was descriptive quantitative. Quantitative data were analyzed using lisrel 8.5. The results showed that (1) students experienced a cognitive load of 83%, (2) The sub-dimension of cognitive load that had the greatest contribution was intrinsic, (3) The intrinsic sub-indicator that caused the student's cognitive load was in the question of the material being taught.


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