The Implementation of Ergo-Learning 2.0 Strategy in Reducing Fatigue and Improving Speed, Thoroughness and Constancy of Vocational School Students in Semarapura City, Bali

I Wayan Sudiarsa


The ergo-learning strategy 2.0 is a combination between e-learning 2.0 and the principles of ergonomics, so that a humanistic learning process can be generated. This learning strategy was implemented in the form of improving the redesign of the classroom, lighting arrangements, learning media, active break, and stretching using Systemic-Holistic-Interdisciplinary-Participatory (SHIP Approach). This study was an experimental study, conducted using a Randomized Pre- and Post-test Control Group Design. Each group (control and treatment) consisted of 12 people. General fatigue data were collected using a 30 items of rating scale questionnaire with a Likert scale, while speed, thoroughness and constancy data were collected using the Bourdon Wiersma test. The results showed that the ergo-learning strategy 2.0 could reduce fatigue as seen from a decrease in general fatigue by 28.09%, an increase in student speed by 65.91%, an increase in student thoroughness by 50.88% and an increase in student constancy by 48.11%. It is recommended to teachers to implement the ergo-learning 2.0 strategy in learning and to policy makers in schools to consider applying the principles of ergonomics in the management of Education.

Keywords: Ergo-Learning 2.0, fatigue, Speed, Thoroughness, Constancy, Ergonomics.

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