04 Dec 2023
30 Nov 2023
Health education is important to know by community to better action in health habit. Several studies related to the comparison of the results of online and offline education have found mixed results, so in this study find out the differences in the results of online and offline education at Mafatihul Huda School, Cirebon, and find best method for conducting health education. This study used 4 treatments, posters and voice notes (POV), power points and voice notes (PPV), videos (VID), and offline (OFL). Total sample is 122 respondents. Subject groups POV 29 respondents, PPV 27 respondents, VID 33 respondents, OFL 33 respondents. Data in this study were collected at the time before and after the intervention and used a questionnaire instrument. In the questionnaire there are 10 questions related to knowledge about health including healthy lifestyle, balanced nutrition, and functional food. There were significant differences in the pre and post test values for the poster & voicenote (p=0.043), video (p=0.001), and offline (p=0.001) methods, but there were no significant differences in the pre and post test scores for the power point & voicenote method (p=0.362). In the poster & voicenote, video, and offline methods there is no significant difference in the difference between the pre and posttest scores of the 3 methods (p=0.054). The poster & voicenote, video, and offline methods have the same effectiveness in increasing respondents' knowledge about health education.