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The research objective was to determine the comparison of students' abilities in understanding concepts and procedures using the blended learning method. The research method used is a quasi experimental design with a post-test-only non-equivalent control group approach, the analysis technique uses the Mann-Whitney test by comparing the results of student scores between those using conventional learning methods and those using blended learning, the research results are that there are differences. meaningful (p-value = 0,000). Blended learning is effective for improving student learning outcomes in understanding concepts (cognitive) and procedures (skills / psychomotor). The balance between the use of educational technology with conventional learning / humanistic interactions has a positive impact on motivation and the achievement of the expected abilities and competencies in learning.


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