Utilizing digital applications in improving student learning outcomes (review of biology teaching and learning strategies)
Keywords:biology, digital study, digital, learning, publication review, teaching
This paper aimed to review several publications on Biology teaching strategies by utilizing digital technology innovation to improve quality and learning outcomes. We selected study designs for several well-known publications, including Elsevier, Sagepub, ERIC, Google Books, and ResearchGate publications published in the last ten years to complement this paper. After the energy we need is gathered, we analyze as much data as possible with an exploratory approach to answer the research problem. For example, a study system that starts from data extract involves a coding and evaluation system and in-depth interpretation so that the data can be understood and answer questions with elements of high validity and reliability. We conclude that teaching with digital learning applications as learning resources refers to digital resources such as software, programs, or websites that engage students in biology learning activities and support learning objectives such as biology curriculum directions. Grounded strategies based on research evidence organize learning, so students think actively about biology from theory to application. Thus, the results of this study are helpful for the development of further research.
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