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The COVID-19 pandemic caused the education system to suddenly move from offline to online learning, so it takes a variety of effective learning design trials. This research aims to find out the effectiveness of the advance organiser learning model assisted by the Zoom Meeting application. This research was conducted at State Junior High School 3 Binamu, Jeneponto Regency. The research sample was 20 people. The research was conducted with an embedded design model of mixed methods. The findings show that the online advance organiser learning model uses an effective Zoom Meeting application for use, where 1) the application of advance organiser learning has a positive relationship with student learning outcomes; 2) the implementation of learning takes place in the category of â€˜goodâ€™; 3) studentsâ€™ positive activities increase in each meeting and 4) students respond well to the implementation of the advance organiser learning model/ using the Zoom Meeting application. The implementation of advance organiser online learning using the Zoom Meeting application, however, is no more effective when compared to the implementation of learning conducted offline or under normal conditions.
Keywords: Advance organiser, distance learning, pandemic COVID-19, Zoom meeting.
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