Sutarto, Dwita Oktaria, Febriyani Dyah Kusuma Dewi, Dan Oktafany
The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia has caused changes in various aspects, one of which is education. The Indonesian government itself is trying to stop its spread, one of which is by implementing a policy of teaching and learning activities remotely or online learning. Changes in learning methods, into indirect lectures, students are required to have self directed learning readiness (SDLR). Learning style as one of the intrinsic factors plays an important role in the formation of students self directed learning readiness. This research is a comparative analytic study with a cross sectional with sampling using stratified random sampling technique. The samples used were 106 samples that met the research inclusion criteria. Furthermore, Chi square test was conducted to see the relationship between learning style and SDLR. The results of the Chi square test analysis is p = 0.548 (p> 0.05) which means H1 is rejected and H0 is accepted so as to produce data in the form of no relationship between learning style and self directed learning readiness. The learning style possessed by most of the respondents in this study was auditory as much as 31%. A high level of self directed learning readiness is the level possessed by most of the respondents in this study and none of the students had a low level of self-directed learning readiness.
Learning Style, Online Learning, SDLR
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Sutarto, Dwita Oktaria, Febriyani Dyah Kusuma Dewi, Dan Oktafany. (2022) The Relationship between Learning Style and Self Directed Learning Readiness during Online Learning for Students of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lampung. International Journal of Education and Learning Systems, 7, 50-54