Thematic learning system as the most effective method to activate students: A systematic literature review
Keywords:Thematic Learning System; education; students; systematic literature review
Learning is a part of student life, but not all students enjoy learning. Long texts and uninteresting content make students lose interest. We suggest changing the conventional learning method to a new way by using the thematic learning system as a learning tool to overcome this problem. Several kinds of literature have used learning system technology to help students learn new concepts. By combining digital and physical environments, learning activities can be more enjoyable. This article wants to evaluate the effectiveness and results of using the learning system for educational purposes by conducting a Systematic Literature Review (SLR). The relationship between conventional learning and thematic learning systems is also considered. Based on our research, we can conclude that using a thematic learning system as a learning tool helps students learn better and be active in thematic subjects. Learning method by combining Google meeting features, learning materials and learning evaluations. Therefore, the thematic learning system can be used to concretely study the structure of abstract concepts. In addition, students find the thematic learning system interesting, which motivates them to learn more. Students can also easily remember information because the experience is more interesting. In general, thematic learning systems are more effective than learning media. Because students can more easily understand the material reproduced in learning and practice, further research and development will make thematic learning systems a more promising learning tool in the future.
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