Mathematics Learning Outcomes of Students at Alabidin Bilingual Boarding School Surakarta on Online Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Muhammad Nadir, Imam Sujadi, Isnandar Slamet


Learning outcomes in mathematics have become important in the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to see the mathematics learning outcomes of students at Alabidin Bilingual Boarding School (ABBS) Surakarta in online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative to determine the extent of students' mathematics learning outcomes. The population in this study was all students at ABBS High School Surakarta, with the sample being all students of grade 10th ABBS High School Surakarta. The results obtained from the lowest and lowest scores were grouped according to the criteria for school criteria, namely the minimum completeness criteria (MCC) to see the learning outcomes of 10th-grade students at ABBS High School Surakarta. The Minimum Completeness Criteria (MCC) is ≥ 75. The acquisition of student learning outcomes in this study is measured by an indicator, namely the final exam score for semester 1 of 2020 in class X at ABBS High School Surakarta. In terms of proportion, there are 30.6% of students who reach MCC, the learning outcomes of students at ABBS High School Surakarta in brave learning during the Covid-19 pandemic are classified as a low category.


Mathematics Learning Outcomes; Online Learning; Covid-19 Pandemic

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