Do self-regulated learning and flipped learning assisted by learning video affect learning outcomes? (Indonesian)




self-regulated learning, flipped learning, tutorial video, learning outcomes


This study aims to determine how the influence of Self Regulated learning and Flipped Learning with the help of video learning simultaneously or partially can affect learning outcomes and to find the indicators of Self Regulated Learning that most contribute to learning that is carried out with the help of learning videos within the scope of this model. This research is a type of quantitative research with a total sample of 84 students from the 2021 class of the 2021/2022 even semester. The research used questionnaires and written tests as research tools. The data analysis technique uses multiple regression with the term Dummy Regression using gretl. It is called dummy regression because one of the variables is Flipped Learning as a dummy variable. Based on the results of the study, it was found that Flipped Learning and Self-Regulated Learning simultaneously had a significant and positive effect on learning outcomes, partially Flipped Learning had an effect on learning outcomes while Partial Self-Regulated Learning had no significant effect on learning outcomes. The Revisit indicator was found to be one of the most contributing indicators in flipped learning-assisted learning on learning outcomes. In this study, it resulted in implications through a finding that was different from previous research, partially SRL did not significantly affect student learning outcomes. This is possible because students' SRL is not enough to understand students in a learning material. It takes modifications to the environment outside of the student to optimize the student's SRL in learning activities, one of which is the use of learning videos in flipped learning

Author Biographies

Mr Eka Hendi, Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Mr Waspodo, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

факультет економіки та бізнесу, відділ економічної освіти, вулиця Кетінтанг, м.Сурабая

Mr. Ghofur, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

факультет економіки та бізнесу, відділ економічної освіти, вулиця Кетінтанг, м. Сурабая


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How to Cite

Andriansyah, E. H., Subroto, W. T. ., & Ghofur, M. A. . (2023). Do self-regulated learning and flipped learning assisted by learning video affect learning outcomes? (Indonesian). Social Work and Education, 10(1), 87–98.