©Mr. Quixter TY - JOUR AU - Haseena Chika Pawinsky, AU - Tri Isti Hartini, PY - 2020/12/02 Y2 - 2022/10/05 TI - The Effect of Reciprocal Learning Model Using Edmodo on Student Learning Outcomes JF - International Proceedings Conferences Series JA - ie VL - IS - SE - DO - 10.22236/ie.vi.270 UR - https://proceedings.uhamka.ac.id/index.php/ie/article/view/270 SP - 153-159 AB - <p>This study aims to determine the effect of student learning outcomes using reciprocal learning learning models using edmodo on student learning outcomes. The research method used is quantitative research methods with the research design One Group Pretest-Posttest Design. The sample used was purposive sampling. In the validity test using Point Biserial Correlation, there were 25 selected essay questions with 20 valid questions and 5 drop questions. While the reliability test using the KR-20 formula obtained rcount 0.9378&gt; 0.433 rtable, then the data has a reliable instrument. Furthermore, the data were analyzed the requirements test, namely the normality test using the Liliefors test. Estimated errors were obtained , it can be concluded that the data is normally distributed. While the homogeneity test using the Barlett test was obtained χ<sup>2</sup><sub>count</sub> = 2.47 &lt; χ<sup>2</sup><sub>table</sub> = 20.28, it can be concluded that the homogeneity test has group variance data with a homogeneous distribution. In the hypothesis test, t-test was used, it was obtained t<sub>count</sub> = 10.95&gt; 1.68 = t<sub>table</sub>, it can be concluded that the null hypothesis H<sub>0</sub> was rejected, which stated that there was a significant effect on learning using the Reciprocal Learning learning model using Edmodo on student learning outcomes.</p> ER -