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This research aims to determine the differences in the (1) theoretical, and (2) practical students’ learning outcomes basics of electricity, as well as (3) to examine both results simultaneously. The experimental methods used to teach students were affective domain-based and conventional teaching which involved 36 and 37 participants, respectively, amounting to a total of 73. Moreover, data were analyzed using statistical multivariate analysis of variance (Manova). The results found there were differences in (1) theoretical and (2) practical learning outcomes, as well as (3) both results simultaneously for students who taught using those two methods.


Affective domain-based teaching basics of electricity

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Ponto, H. 2022. The Effect of Affective Domain-Based Teaching on Theoretical and Practical Outcomes of Learning the Basics of Electricity at Vocational High Schools in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Journal on Integrated Education. 5, 6 (Jun. 2022), 8-20.


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